Jessie Nizewitz is suing Viacom after her private parts aired on their show ‘Dating Naked’. Do you think she has a right to sue?
Jessie Nizewitz agreed to date naked but she never wanted the whole world to see her naked! The model has decided to sue Viacom, VH1’s parent company, after her vagina was not blurred out on reality show Dating Naked.
‘Dating Naked’ Lawsuit — Jessie Nizewitz Suing Viacom For Not Blurring Crotch
Jessie is suing the network for a whopping $10 million. The Long Island, New York native was assured her private parts wouldn’t be shown, according to the New York Post, and when her episode aired on July 31, she was horrified to see that her parts were not properly blurred out.
“I felt lied to, manipulated and used,” she told The Post. “I was horrified.”
Indeed, VH1’s editing error did not go unnoticed by strangers on the internet, nor even by her friends. “So your money shot is on cable TV,” read one text message from a friend. Jessie revealed to The Post that even her grandmother saw it!
The 28-year-old model is even blaming Viacom for the demise of her month-long relationship with a man who broke up with her after he saw her television debut.
‘Dating Naked': Contestants Bare The Naked Truth
In case you haven’t been able to figure it out by now, the show is about dating… well, naked.
“I went zip lining, and because you’re naked, all your ‘stuff’ is touching each other right away — it was very interesting,” Keegan told us. “At first, I didn’t know how the harness worked, but I was pretty nervous. Then I saw there was no real danger and I knew I was okay.”
Cast member Diane Polus told us that the worst part was the bug bites! “Mosquitos biting you the entire time being naked hurt much worse than you can imagine,” she said.
HollywoodLifers, does Jessie have a right to sue? Did you watch her episode of Dating Naked? Let us know what you think.
— Chloe Melas