Prosecutor: Playmate Dani Mathers should face more than a slap on wrist for body-shaming incident:
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Prosecutors aren't playing around when it comes to Dani Mathers' naked gym photo incident.
The Los Angeles City Attorney asked a judge to deny the ex-Playboy Playmate's request to avoid jail time by undergoing counseling and anti-bullying courses, noting that she never apologized to the 71-year-old victim.
Prosecutors did not reveal if they would specifically demand jail time, according to the gossip site, but Mathers' attempts at mercy were scoffed at.
"No apology - either directly or indirectly - was at any time communicated to the victim," documents out of the L.A. City Attorney's Office state.
A spokesperson for City Attorney Mike Feuer told the Daily News that Mathers' lawyer Tom Mesereau requested the defendant be eligible for a deferment program, but Feuer's office argued she isn't eligible due to the nature of the crime.
"She should face the consequences of her cruel and criminal act," the Attorney's office writes.
"If I can't unsee this then you can't either," Mathers captioned the photo.
Mesereau called the move a "pathetic attempt" by the city attorney and a waste of taxpayer money.
Although she never apologized directly to the woman, Mathers shared a public mea culpa before the 71-year-old victim came forward.
"There is no excuse," Mathers wrote on Twitter. "I understand fully the magnitude of this post that I have hurt a lot of people, women. Body shaming is not okay ... and not something to joke about."
Mathers pleaded not guilty in November to a misdemeanor count of invasion of privacy.