After getting a warning from the court, Playboy Playmate Dani Mathers stepped up her community service game and will avoid spending any time in jail for her body-shaming conviction.
According to TMZ, Mathers’ legal team appeared in court Wednesday with proof that she had completed the 240 hours of community service cleaning up graffiti around Los Angeles required by her conviction.
Mathers, 30, was convicted last year for taking a photo of a nude 71-year-old woman and posting it online with a mocking comment. She was offered either 45 days in jail or 30 days of graffiti removal, and she chose the latter.
The outlet reported Mathers appeared in court in November after having completed only 56 hours of her 240 sentence. The judge reportedly told her in no uncertain terms that she needed to make more headway or risk jail time. It seems now she took the warning to heart.
As previously reported, the Playboy model took a photo of a woman in the locker room of an LA Fitness without her permission. She posted the image with the caption, “If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either.”
“There is no doubt I regret that stupid choice,” the 2015 Playmate of the Year told Us Weekly. “I am sorry that it happened to this woman. But I am not sorry about what happened to me. I would not have this push to create positivity and try to change people’s minds about how they act without thinking. My life flipped upside down. But it’s a blessing in disguise.”
Mathers is still on probation as part of her sentence until 2020. In that time, she’s prohibited from posting photos of other people without their express permission. However, given the completion of her community service, she’ll officially avoid jail for her post.