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Did you happen to catch VH1’s major blunder during a recent Dating Naked episode? Too busy rubbing your eyes and picking your jaw up off the floor? We feel that. It’s not everyday VH1 shows us real life naked people.

In case you didn’t hear, an uncensored crotch shot made its way onto the airwaves for Episode No. 3 of the series. Now, the accidentally exposed woman wants the channel to make amends. You know, financial amends.

The New York Post reports Jessie Nizewitz, 28, is suing VH1’s parent company, Viacom, and two production companies for $10 million. She claims producers promised her bits would be pixelated. That’s the only reason she agreed to — we kid you not — roll around naked in the wet sand in a “WWE-style wrestling move” while on a date with a complete stranger.

Unfortunately for Jessie, her lower parts didn’t quite get the coverage she says she was promised, a fact viewers didn’t fail to miss. As soon as the episode aired on July 31, Jessie says she became the laughingstock of the internet (a hard feat to accomplish, for what it’s worth).


“I felt lied to, manipulated, and used. I was horrified,” she tells The Post. “I immediately started getting text messages. Everyone saw it.”

That includes her own grandma. “I saw her this week and she didn’t have much to say to me. She’s probably mad. My parents are just annoyed.”

That the apple of their eye went on a show called Dating Naked? Yeah, probably a little.

SourceNew York Post