Quite the opposite of model behavior.
The 29-year-old shared the invasive snap (above) on her Story along with a selfie of her shocked reaction, complete with the caption “If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either!”
The model, who was crowned 2015’s Playmate Of The Year, quickly deleted the image — but like she said, her followers could not “unsee” the horrible body shaming that went down.
Shortly after getting major backlash on Twitter, Dani went back to Snapchat to apologize, saying in a video message:
“I just want to acknowledge a photo that I accidentally posted. It was absolutely wrong and not what I meant to do. I chose to do what I do for a living because I love the female body and I know body shaming is wrong, that’s not what I’m about and this is not the type of person I am.”
In the series of apology clips, the model claimed she meant to sent the picture to a friend and made a “huge mistake” by sharing it on her Story, adding:
“The photo was taken as part of a personal conversation with a girlfriend and because I am new to Snapchat I didn’t realize I had posted it, and that was a huge mistake. I know I have upset a lot of people out there but please believe me this is not the type of person that I am. I have never done this before and I will never do this again, you have my word.”
It’s nice that she apologized, but is she really sorry about her actions — or just the fact that she got caught?
We mean, isn’t she just confirming she’s saying awful things in private? Even when she says “huge mistake” she’s referring to posting it everywhere, not being terrible to someone.
Either way, we have a feeling Miz Mathers won’t be Snapchatting for a while!
[Image via Snapchat.]