Friday, June 2, 2017

I hope she's not related to Jerry Mathers

"Actress" and nude model Dani Mathers is a household word only in households where you and I don't want to live.  We talked about her last year when she was charged with cyberbullying. What she did, she was working out in an LA Fitness Gym in LA, taking a rare break from her studies of Chaucer, and she saw an undressed 71-year-old woman in the locker room.

So Dani, who thinks everyone should be as nude as she gets for the camera, snapped a nudie you-ie of the other lady and slapped it on Snapchat with the b-i-itchy caption "If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either."

The photo also showed Dani feigning disgust at the lady's appearance, when in fact she should have been gagging over her own behavior.

Dani is now 30 and has received the honors being Playboy’s "CyberGirl of the Month" in January 2013 and "Playmate of the Month" for May, 2014, and then - the ultimate glory! - the coveted "Playmate of the Year" award in 2015.

In her most recent public appearance, she wore clothes to plead
no contest to misdemeanor invasion of privacy for making the Snapchat post.  In the best Hollywood tradition, she was signed for a role spending the next 30 days scrubbing graffiti around Tinseltown.  She will also serve three years of probation, and I guarantee you, this is as famous as she will ever be for "acting." She could have been given six months in the Walled-Off Astoria and a fine of $1,000.

The LA City Attorney is Mike Feuer, and he says, "The issues that surround body shaming can be devastating — not only to daughters and mothers, but also to sons and fathers, members of the LGBTQ community, to a trans kid who might be struggling with identity, to people who are disabled. The message today is clear: body shaming is not tolerated in the City of Los Angeles."

For those of you who, like me, collect Statements From Attorneys As Their Clients Finally Accept Their Fates, here is her mouthpiece, Dana Cole, with a remark that he will probably be able to Xerox and re-use many times: "I think she wanted to be done with this and accept responsibility for what occurred."

LA Fitness operates 800 gyms across the nation, and Dani is now welcome in none of them. But she apologized with what is now the standard American "I'm sorry" - 

"I know that body-shaming is wrong. That is not the type of person I am."

Just like the thug billionaire congressman-elect who slammed a reporter around and then said, "This is not the person I am..." I think we have a problem in this country. Nobody knows who the hell they are anymore.  
Someone tell this lawyer no one
wears their hair like this anymore.

Hurt someone, injure someone, do whatever you want with impunity, because you can always claim that the person who did these things - namely YOU - is not really YOU.

I think.

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