This celeb posted a photo of a nude woman without her permission and the internet let her have it

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This is just disgusting.

Former Playboy Playmate of the Year Dani Mathers came under fire this week after she snapped a photo of a nude woman in the locker room of a gym and shared it on Snapchat, all without the woman’s permission.

Mathers made it worse for herself when she captioned the pic, “If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either.”

She later issued an apology.

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“I just wanted to acknowledge a photo I ‘accidentally’ posted here on Snapchat earlier today and let you guys know that it was absolutely wrong,” she said.

Mathers went on to say that she chose her profession because she loves the female form. She also claimed that because she is “new to Snapchat,” she didn’t realize she posted it and meant for it to go into a private conversation.

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Almost immediately, Twitter erupted with outraged people calling for the gym to ban Mathers and shaming her for making fun of another woman’s body.

https://twitter.com/ktms1/status/753606571477786629

https://twitter.com/LauraCherry87/status/753583330801704960

After the news broke, Mathers deleted her Twitter account.

Just because you chose to be naked in photos, Dani, doesn’t mean that others want the same.

(h/t TMZ)

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