LOS ANGELES: Playboy Playmate Sentenced To 30 Days Of Scrubbing Graffiti In Body-Shaming Snapchat Case

The Associated Press reports:

Dani Mathers earned fame posing as a nude model. She gained notoriety on the other side of the camera when she snapped a photo of an unwitting and unwilling subject — a naked 71-year-old woman in a gym locker room.

The firestorm of criticism that erupted after the Playboy model posted the pic online to mock the woman’s body drew more attention than any centerfold of Mathers and led a judge Wednesday to order her to spend 30 days cleaning up graffiti on Los Angeles streets as punishment.

Mathers, 30, pleaded no contest to misdemeanor invasion of privacy in Los Angeles County Superior Court for the so-called body shaming case. Although she didn’t admit guilt, the plea is recorded as a conviction. The victim, who was not in court, was humiliated by the cruel act, prosecutors said.

Mathers had faced up to six months in jail. Her case has prompted the California legislature to enhance penalties for posting nude photos of others without their consent. The state Senate approved the bill on Monday.