If you go on a show like VH1's Dating Naked, you can safely expect two things: That you will be naked, and that you will be seen on television -- still naked. Unless, of course, you are contestant Jessie Nizewitz who is suing Viacom, VH1's parent company, for exposing her naked lower-half on the show.
Um, okay, I have zero sympathy for this broad, am I alone in this? Jessie thinks the show should pay her $10 million for revealing her private parts to the cable-having world. I think she is insane.
According to Jessie, the show assured her that they would blur out her private parts by the time the show made it to prime-time. But, in a naked wrestling scene, Jessie's bits and bobbles were totally unblurred and totally on display. Whoops.
Here's the thing, though. The way I see it, if you sign up to go on a naked, televised date with a stranger that involved nude wrestling and coating each other in mud ... you can't feign being indignant when the show can't quite manage to cover every inch of your naked form! Surely you had to know going onto the show that your naked body was going to be exposed.
Do you know how many people it takes to film a TV show? Spoiler alert: It is a lot. Jessie had no issue filming the show in front of a throng of strangers who got way more of an eye-full than the blink-and-you'll-miss-it display that viewers had access to. To me this doesn't smell right, it seems malicious and stupid. How hard up can you be for cash if you're willing to publicly embarrass yourself? I mean, I guess the same question applies to folks willing to be on the show in the first place. Ha.
What do you think about Jessie's lawsuit?
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