Dani Mathers might have earned plenty of admiration and attention by featuring as a Playboy Playmate; however, it seems that she is widely disparaged for posting a naked photo of another woman on social media and mocking her physical appearance, according to People magazine.
— Mic (@mic) September 6, 2016
And to make matters worse for Dani Mathers, her victim has shown the courage to file a complaint against the model for infringing on her privacy. Earlier, the unsuspecting victim of Dani Mather’s mockery got the shock of her life when she found that she had been pictured naked in a gym locker room, with the embarrassing private photo having been shared publicly on Snapchat by the adult model.
Moreover, to make the woman’s embarrassment even worse, Dani Mathers had included a selfie in her social media post that showed her trying to restrain her shock while stifling her laughter. In Dani Mathers’s opinion, her victim didn’t possess the kind of body that cold match up to the standards set by the Playboy magazine.
The model’s cruel mockery caused widespread outrage, with many people pointing out that it was a clear case of invasion of privacy and, perhaps more importantly, it was cruel on her part to mock a septuagenarian who was striving to take care of her health by staying fit.
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— The Black King ♚ (@MoTheGOAT) September 11, 2016
Previously, the Los Angeles police faced constraints in launching a criminal investigation against Dani Mathers because the naked woman in the photo hadn’t stepped forward to register a case against the model. However, the victim has now identified herself to the police by showing her willingness to fight it out in court if necessary.
This is not the first time that a Playboy Playmate has run into trouble for a misdemeanor. Earlier, models like Victoria Vetri, Tanya Beyer, Anna Nicole Smith, and the Shannon sisters had faced charges in cases of manslaughter and drug trafficking, as well as other legal matters.
Dani Mathers has already started to pay the penalty for her cruel actions due to the public outrage, as the LA Fitness Health Club has revoked Dani’s membership in addition to registering a complaint against the adult model with the authorities. Further, The Wrap reports that KLOS, a Los Angeles based radio station, has fired the model from their radio program for her public misbehavior.
— SFGate (@SFGate) September 6, 2016
Dani Mathers had been regularly featuring on Heidi and Frank, KLOS’s morning radio program. Despite the model posting a public apology in response to the public uproar, she was unable to quell the public fury, and the radio station has refused to reinstate her position. According to People magazine, Dani Mathers’s statement showed her to be remorseful and repentant of her cruel act.
“I’m sorry for what I did. I need to take some time to myself now to reflect on why I did this horrible thing.”
Now Dani Mathers has hired Tom Mesereau, the celebrity attorney, to help her with her predicament. Mesereau’s involvement in the case may potentially bring some relief to the Playboy Playmate, as the attorney gained widespread fame earlier when he helped Michael Jackson in his 2005 child molestation trial. Additionally, the celebrated lawyer has also represented other notorious celebrities like Mike Tyson, Robert Blake, and Suge Knight in their respective trials.
According to The Wrap, Los Angeles city government officials have confirmed that they are reviewing the case filed against Dani Mathers.
Despite the affirmation by legal authorities, Tom Mesereau is still not sure whether Dani’s alleged victim has indeed registered a case as his client is yet to get a legal notification. According to The Wrap, the legal representative was quick to release a statement declaring the innocence of his famous client.
“I hope the rumors are not true. Dani Mathers never tried to hurt anyone at any time and certainly never tried to break the law.”
— USA News (@1USNews) September 5, 2016
It remains to be seen how the case will unfold as the model, who was considered Playboy‘s Playmate of the Year in 2015, could potentially face jail time of up to six months if she is convicted on the charges of Dissemination of Private Images.
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