Playboy Model Sentenced in Nude Body-Shaming Case

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In this world of heavy “sharing” on social media platforms like Facebook and Snapchat, the boundary between public and private has become blurred. We share everything we see and do without regards to the privacy of others.

But, some people actually take this matter very seriously.

On Wednesday, the Playboy Model Dani Mathers was sentenced to clean up graffiti for 30 days as her punishment for violating the privacy of a 71-year-old woman in an LA Fitness locker room.

According to reports Mathers took a picture of the naked 71-year-old woman without the woman’s permission and shared it on Snapchat captioning it “If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either.”

In a Los Angeles court, Mathers pleaded no contest to misdemeanor invasion of privacy. Because of this, she was able to avoid six months in jail which would have been her sentence if she had pleaded guilty. She chose community service (graffiti removal) and three years of probation as her sentencing.

Now, I would love to know what you fine folks think about this? Do you think the punishment for Mrs. Mathers was severe enough? Let me know on Facebook or in the comments section below.

Source: Newser

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