Playboy Model In Hot Water After Accidentally Posting This NUDE Bathroom Photo…

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July 22, 2016 12:53pm PST

When Playboy models post nude bathroom photos, their fans are typically overjoyed and rushing to find it. However, when 2015 Playmate of the Year Dani Mathers posted the nude bathroom photo below, she revealed that she is much uglier on the inside than anyone could have imagined.

According to Mad World News, 29 year-old Mathers was at the gym recently when she took a photo of an elderly, unsuspecting gym-goer as she changed in the bathroom. Mathers then shared the image on Snapchat with one goal in mind: to body-shame a stranger who is simply trying to improve her own physical appearance.

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Mathers’ followers immediately turned on her after seeing the image, giving her so much backlash that she either deleted all social media or made her accounts private. She then issued an apology in which she tried to blame ignorance about how social media works, but nobody was buying it.

“I just wanted to acknowledge a photo that I accidentally posted on Snapchat earlier today and let you guys know that that was absolutely wrong and not what I meant to do,” she began. “I have chosen to do what I do for a living because I love the female body, and I know that body shaming is wrong and that’s not what I’m about.”

What she said next, however, proves she is lying.

That photo was taken to be part of a personal conversation with a girlfriend and because I am new to Snapchat, I really didn’t realize that I had posted it and that was a huge mistake,” she said, acknowledging that she intended to body shame the woman all along.

Losing fans could be the least of Mathers’ worries. If her victim finds the image and decides to press charges, Mathers could end up with serious jail time for violating the Video Voyeurism Act of 2004 which states that a person who “has the intent to capture an image of a private area of an individual without their consent, and knowingly does so under circumstances in which the individual has a reasonable expectation of privacy, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.”

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