The Only Thing the 70-Year-Old Woman Body-Shamed by Dani Mathers Wants Will Break Your Heart

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Almost one year ago to the date, Playboy model Dani Mathers publicly posted a photo on Snapchat that body-shamed a naked fellow gym member. Mathers, who was charged with invasion of privacy, was sentenced to three years of probation and one month cleaning up graffiti. Now, the victim of Mathers's cruel crime has finally spoken out


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The 70-year-old-woman, who remains unidentified, just released a statement via LA city attorney Mike Feurer:

"She has been humiliated," he told the LA Times. "She's relieved that she didn't have to endure a trial and testify, but she was willing to do so. She wishes the whole chapter, this painful chapter, would close -- the impact of the photograph being taken and disseminated and what that's meant to her as well as what it's meant to hear that Ms. Mathers be held accountable for what she did."

But the most heartbreaking thing she revealed she really wanted? A measly $60 so she could get a new backpack so no one will recognize it from the Snapchat and give her away.


"The impact of this incident is irreparable," Feurer further stated, in regard to the victim's wanting money for a new backpack. "And it causes harm that will reverberate on and on. Body shaming is inhumane. And it tears down the victim's self-respect. It has devastating consequences. It stigmatises victims."

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Mathers tried to sell herself as a "victim" as well, stating in an interview that she's had to "go into hiding" to maintain her privacy since the ordeal happened.

Girl, puh-lease.

The least Mathers could do is send this poor woman a lifetime supply of backpacks.

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