‘Dating Naked’ Star Suing For $10 Million Because VH1 Showed Her Naked
Jessie Nizewitz signed up for the VH1 reality show Dating Naked, so right out of the gate, we understand the kind of young lady we’re dealing with.
Nizewitz (pictured above) was on the first season of Dating Naked, the reality show that’s exactly what it sounds like — two strangers are dropped on an island completely butt naked and alone. I’m not sure if it’s Long Island or Staten Island, but either way, this isn’t high class television by any stretch.
So you’re probably wondering “how the hell can a person sue for being naked on a TV show called Dating Naked that’s all about being naked?” and the answer is (cue God Bless America) “this is America and we can sue for anything!” And also because, according to her contract, her body was supposed to be blurred at all times.
It wasn’t. Nizewitz’s cooch was on national TV.
“The episode, as broadcast, shows Plaintiff’s wrestling takedown of her date, but Defendants did not blur out her vagina and anus, which were fully exposed to all viewers,” the 4-claim complaint says. “Plaintiff, who was watching the initial showing, was shocked, horrified, and outraged to observe this intrusion into her privacy to all to see.”
Of course, Nizewitz is going the “pain and suffering” route because her vag and butthole were on full display for millions to see. She was hoping to show her big break to mee-maw and pee-paw and the family and now it’s brought her nothing but pain and anguish.
“Since the initial airing of the third episode of Dating Naked, Plaintiff has suffered and continues to suffer severe extreme emotional distress, mental anguish, humiliation and embarrassment, as the uncensored episode and uncensored pictures therefrom have been uploaded to various Internet websites including YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Tumblr,” says the 12-page filing.
You already left to go find the clips, didn’t you? Pervs. SHE’S SUFFERING ANGUISH YOU GUYS! SHOW SOME DAMN DECORUM.
Nizewitz is suing Viacom, who owns VH1, and the producers of Dating Naked for $10 million. That’s a ton of
cooch, sorry, hooch!