Excuse us, what?
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Playboy model Dani Mathers made it known she is a novice to both Snapchat and being a decent human after taking a photo of a nude woman in a gym locker room and fat-shaming her on the photo sharing app.
To make matters worse, the 29-year-old followed up her voyeuristic photo with an apology, saying she meant to send the snap to a friend — you know, so she can privately bully an unsuspecting woman who is just trying to better herself at the gym.
The internet swiftly retaliated, telling the 2015 Playmate of the Year she is only sorry for accidentally making the post public, not for being a terrible person — which caused Mathers to delete her private Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Most critics also pointed out that aside from being an incredibly horrible thing to do, photographing a naked woman without her knowledge and posting it online is definitely a crime as well!
According to reports, L.A. Fitness has contacted the LAPD after confirming the model is a member and the person who took the incriminating pic in their locker room.
"Her behavior is appalling and puts every member's privacy at risk. We have handled this internally and also notified the police."
The popular fitness chain added that cell phone use and photography are prohibited in the locker room, adding:
"This is not only our rule it is just common decency."
You'd think so! And not only, that — according to the Video Voyeurism Act of 2004, even if she had only sent the photo to her pal, and not posted it online, it's STILL a crime if she:
"has the intent to capture an image of a private area of an individual without their consent, and knowingly does so under circumstances in which the individual has a reasonable expectation of privacy, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both."
It looks like this picture could not only be the end to Dani's career, but could also land her some serious jail time!
Do YOU think the model should be charged?
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