She gained notoriety on the other side of the camera when she snapped a photo of an unwitting and unwilling subject — a naked year-old woman in a gym locker room. Mathers, 30, pleaded no contest to misdemeanor invasion of privacy in Los Angeles County Superior Court for the so-called body shaming case. The Playmate of the Year contended she intended to send the photo privately to a friend and accidentally posted it publicly. The crime was amplified by the attention the photo got online and the backlash that erupted in the world of social media, which is often quicker to punish than reward. The shamer quickly became the shamed. Mathers lost modeling jobs and work as a radio host, her lawyers said.
Hear from the Victim Who Was Photographed Nude by Former Playmate Dani Mathers
Hear from the Victim Who Was Photographed Nude by Former Playmate Dani Mathers | parket-butik.ru
A Playboy centrefold model has reached a plea deal with prosecutors after she posted a photo online that authorities say was an invasion of privacy. Dani Mathers, 30, pleaded no contest to posting a nude photo of an elderly woman preparing to shower in the locker room at a Los Angeles gym. The Playmate of the Year was given the option of 45 days in jail or 30 days of community labour. Mathers had been globally criticised after posting the photo of the unsuspecting woman on social media platform Snapchat with the denigrating caption: "If I can't unsee this then you can't either. At a Los Angeles courthouse on Wednesday her lawyers changed her plea from "not guilty" to "no contest" after a minute meeting with prosecutors and the judge. As part of her plea deal, she will be placed on three years of probation and is banned from using a mobile phone "in any place where persons are in a state of undress or have an expectation of privacy," said judge Gustavo Sztraicher.
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The attorney of the victim photographed nude by former Playmate Dani Mathers says "she has been humiliated". Feuer talked to the Los Angeles Times Wednesday, after Mathers pleaded no contest to invasion of privacy charges , and told Good Morning America that she has received death threats and lost her own privacy. Mathers is attempting to portray herself as the victim. She is not the victim.
Mathers, 30, took the photo of the thenyear-old woman naked in a locker room at an LA Fitness in Los Angeles and posted it to Snapchat in July with the caption "If I can't unsee this then you can't either. So there's just been a lot of unresolved issues," Mathers said. I never, ever intended on showing the world this photo.