Playboy model who took locker-room shaming picture will scrub graffiti

Mathers had previously pleaded "not guilty" to the case, and issued a public apology (insisting that she meant to send the photo to a friend, not publically)-but both the public and the legal system said, "nope, not good enough".

Under terms of the plea, Mathers will be on probation for three years and must not take photos of people or post them online without their permission.

Mathers, 30, is accused of posting an image of the woman on her Snapchat social media account on July 13 with a mocking caption about the woman's appearance, saying, "If I can't unsee this then you can't either". For good measure, Mathers included a selfie with a hand clasped over her mouth to further drive home the point that she was completely disgusted by the woman's body.

Her defence lawyer Thomas Mesereau said outside court: "She really apologises from the bottom of her heart for what happened". "She never thought it would turn out like this".

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Amid widespread outrage over body shaming the victim, charges were laid on the 30-year-old for invasion of privacy.

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Defendants who plead no contest do not admit guilt but do not dispute the charges and are convicted.

She took the graffiti removal because a Playboy Playmate is unlikely to last 45 days in jail.

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Officials from LA Fitness reported the posting to police as well, the Los Angeles Times reported.

"This is a very important case with an extremely forceful message associated with it: That body shaming is not tolerated in our city", Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer said at a news conference after the plea. "People are mocked, they're humiliated and in ways they can never fully get back".

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