Playboy playmate Dani Mathers violated two sacred safe spaces on Wednesday: the gym locker room and Snapchat.
The 2015 Playmate of the Year posted a photograph of an unsuspecting woman in the nude, with the body-shaming caption, If I cant unsee this then you cant either.
When fans called her out on Twitter and Facebook, Mathers posted the following apology:
Mathers referred to the snap as an accident, promising she has never and will never do anything like it again. “This is not who I am,” she said.
But many felt the apology was lackingparticularly her effort to defend the snap, saying it was meant to be a private message, which wouldn’t be any less of a violation of the womans privacy, nor would erase the sentiment in the caption.
Mathers tweeted a lengthy apology, before deleting her account on Thursday.
However, many were non-plussed by Mathers’s apology.
Some are calling for L.A. Fitness, the gym where she took the photo, and Snapchat to step in and ban Mathers for violating the woman’s privacy.
As of the writing of this article, neither Snapchat nor L.A. Fitness have commented on the incident.
Others are hoping the victim will press charges.
And pro wrestler and host of Playboy TV’s Boarding Pass, Reby Hardy, tweeted the following helpful reminder:
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