Jessie Nizewitz recently let the world know that Dating Naked neglected to completely cover up her crotch, so it was only a matter of time before the uncensored photos of her ladybits hit the web.
You’d think that someone would need to be a bit of an exhibitionist to star on a show titled Dating Naked, but Nizewitz is not happy about VH1’s blur fail. Jessie is suing the network for $10 million, and she claims that her humiliating experience on Dating Naked cost her the love of her life.
Jessie Nizewitz told the New York Post that she’d been dating a really great guy, but he took off after seeing the offending scene:
“He never called me again after the show aired. I would have hoped we could have had a long-term relationship. He was employed, Jewish, in his 30s and that’s pretty much ideal.”
As The Inquisitr previously reported, Jessie Nizewitz wasn’t afraid to sign on for Dating Naked because the blurs that are used to cover up genitals “actually make it less revealing than a bikini would.” However, The Superficial has posted photos of Nizewitz’s uncensored Dating Naked scene, and it’s pretty revealing — poor Jessie is displaying porno levels of skin. The shot was taken from behind, and it shows Nizewitz performing “a WWE-style wrestling move” on her date. VH1 chose the worst possible angle to fail to censor, and now the world has seen just as much as Jessie’s gynecologist.
Jessie Nizewitz claims that her grandmother will hardly speak to her, and she was brought to tears by the social media reaction to her uncensored scene. Jessie might also fear for the future of her modeling career. Here’s how the New York Post bizarrely described Nizewitz’s runway work:
“The Long Island beauty has worked with famed fashion designer and convicted pedophile Anand Jon, who counted a who’s who of Hollywood stars as his friends, including Paris Hilton and Jessica Alba.”
So she hasn’t just been violated by VH1 — she’s also encountered a rapist who targeted aspiring models.
Unfortunately for Jessie Nizewitz, talking to the New York Post, E! News, and other media outlets is just prolonging her humiliation by drawing more attention to her uncensored Dating Naked photos. But maybe the attention isn’t such a bad thing — she could always try to turn it into a Playboy payday, or perhaps she should ask VH1 for her own reality show in exchange for dropping her lawsuit.
What do you think: should VH1 pay Jessie Nizewitz $10 million for forgetting to blur her ladybits?
[Image credit: VH1, Robert Miller via New York Post]