The 2015 Playmate of the Year contended she intended to send the photo privately to a friend and accidentally posted it publicly.The crime was amplified by the attention the photo got online and the backlash that erupted in the world of social media, which is often quicker to punish than reward. Mathers lost modeling jobs and work as a radio host, her lawyers said. She was relieved to put the case behind her and was grateful to be spared a jail term, defense attorney Thomas Mesereau said outside court.(We live over 1000 miles away) That he was getting out of the military, true but he’s getting kicked out.He went back home for one week because his grandfather was on his death bed. He left our children alone every night with people they barely know to go be with this girl. He actually knew that we were at the hospital the whole time and just decided to stay and drink with her.Deputies discovered she was missing from her Hilton Drive home on Oct.31, and also learned Besecker left a Florida forwarding address at the local post office.
In a statement released Wednesday, church officials said Baggett had undergone a background check by the Chattanooga Police Department before volunteering at the church.The firestorm of criticism that erupted after the Playboy model posted the pic online to mock the woman's body drew more attention than any centerfold of Mathers and led a judge Wednesday to order her to spend 30 days cleaning up graffiti on Los Angeles streets as punishment.Mathers, 30, pleaded no contest to misdemeanor invasion of privacy in Los Angeles County Superior Court for the so-called body shaming case.As soon as I found out I told him that it wasn’t ok and if he wanted to be with me he was to end the “friendship” ASAP and cut ties.I watched him email this girl telling her he had made a mistake and that he was marriage, then he blocked her.