Playboy Playmate reported to police after body shaming naked woman at gym

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Dani Mathers, Playboy’s 2015 Playmate of the Year, could face more than just the wrath of social media after being accused of fat shaming a woman at her gym.

Mathers was accused of taking a photo of a naked woman in the gym shower at LA Fitness and posting it to Snapchat.

The photo was captioned: “If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either.”

After backlash over the photo, Mathers snapped a series of videos in which she apologized for what she did, saying it was all an accident. She said she meant to send the photo to just one friend.

An LA Fitness spokesperson told TMZ: “Her behavior is appalling and puts every member’s privacy at risk. We have handled this internally and also notified the police.”

The gym also said it’s against gym policy to use cell phones in locker rooms.

It’s not clear if charges will be filed.

TMZ also reports that Mathers has been suspended indefinitely from her position on the “Heidi and Frank” radio show.

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1 Comment

  • Karma

    People, Stop with thinking you can “apologize” your way out of things!
    What this half wit needs is to have her neck put through the legal wringer for exposing and shaming that poor woman that way, Then ms. Playboy halfwit needs to have an accident or medical condition where she gains hundreds of lbs and cannot exercise…Karma can be a bitch too…See if she could apologize her way out of that!

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