Dani Mathers, the Playboy Playmate of the Year, posted then quickly deleted this body-shaming Instagram photos of a woman changing at her gym. The internet was not happy with her. She's the Playboy Playmate who took a photo of a naked woman getting ready at her gym and posted it to Snapchat. The caption of the photo made fun of the way the woman looked.
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By Joshua Rhett Miller. November 4, pm Updated November 4, pm. A former Playboy Playmate who secretly snapped a photo of a naked woman inside a gym in Los Angeles — and posted it online — has been charged with invasion of privacy for the cheeky snap. Detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department eventually located the unidentified year-old woman in the photo. She cooperated with investigators to have Mathers prosecuted, according to TMZ.
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The unsuspecting woman was at the L. Detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department's sexual assault section are reportedly investigatingLos Angeles police were investigating after a Playboy model took a photo of a naked woman in a gym locker room and posted it to social media with insulting comments about the woman's body, authorities said. To look "with the intent to invade the privacy of a person" into places like a changing room, where a person has "a reasonable expectation of privacy," with a camera is a misdemeanor.