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(NSFW) Jessie Nizewitz, Dating Naked reality star sues over crotch shot

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Jessie Nizewitz only wants to remind us of the terrible pain and humiliation she came to suffer…

Jessie Nizewitz a former cast member of VH1‘s Dating Naked has launched a $10 million lawsuit against the outlet after claiming VH1 aired an uncensored shot of her crotch on July 31.

According to Nizewitz, the producers had promised the 28 year old that all of her private areas would be blurred when they convinced her to perform a “WWE-style wrestling move” on her nude date. Nevertheless producers omitted to blur the image which led to the faux pas.

Told the aspiring Long Island, New York model by way of the New York Post:  “I felt lied to, manipulated and used. I was horrified. … I immediately started getting text messages. Everyone saw it. One of the messages read, ‘So your money shot is on cable TV.'”

Kids, is there something cynical and aghast about Jessie’s comments here? On one hand Jessie is horrified that the world got to see her crotch but on the other hand she was fine with traipsing about in the buff live on set for you and me to imagine to our heart’s content. Yet what might be more stifling is if Jessie Nizewitz is so offended by the resulting image, surely she must have had an inkling of an idea going to the nypost to talk shop about her crotch shot would only lead to every 17 year old boy in the Northern Hemisphere quickly googling Jessie Nizewetz crotch shot– which is to wonder why cry foul over spilled milk when you are bringing out gallons of milk to now be poured down the sewer?

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From there we find out that Jessie is heartbroken that even her grandmother got to see the ‘money shot.’ Yes kids, never offend grandmothers, they’ll never understand. Never understand the concept of dating naked, that shit was probably way ahead of its time back then and probably now.

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

The New York Post from there tells us that the $10 million suit names Viacom, Firelight Entertainment, and Lighthearted Entertainment. But the real travesty it seems is when we come to find out that the blooper has now cost Jessie Nizewitz a ‘budding relationship’ with a man she’d been seeing for a month. What kind of man? A very valuable one it seems…

Offered Jessie: ‘He never called me again after the show aired. I would have hoped we could have had a long-term relationship. He was employed, Jewish, in his 30s and that’s pretty much ideal.”

Kids can anyone wonder why Jessie’s budding paramour backed out at the last minute? Do you have any clues? Is it really something to do with crotch shot bloopers or maybe something to do with her skewered sense of reality?

Jessie Nizewitz

Jessie Nizewitz

Jessie Nizewitz

Jessie Nizewitz

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Jessie Nizewitz

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  • Lie_Buster

    Sorry. She’s a hypocritical dingbat airhead – not for nudity, which I have no problem with – but willingly doing a naked reality show and then suing because her crotch was shown. Obviously, either she wanted this to be the result she was hoping for so that she could then get massive publicity after news of the lawsuit got public or she’s really that stupid. Then, to the unthinking, she gets to be paid massively for what many women make only a few hundred or a few thousand and she gets to keep her “good girl” status. How phony. If she really didn’t want this to be publicized, she would have gotten a lawyer and went to the company to negotiate some reasonable fee. Viacom would have been more than happy to settle without lawsuit. They would probably have agreed on a really nice chunk of change WITHOUT LAWSUIT and the incident would go quietly away. On the other hand, who knows – this could even have been a staged collaboration which will obviously result in much more than 10 million dollars worth of viewership (i.e. advertising – ka-ching ka-ching). Hell, I didn’t even know there was a naked reality show in existence until reading this article.

  • Lie_Buster

    Agreed. Filing suit ENSURES many many million more people have seen her crotch shot than would ever have been the least bit interested … like me for instance.

  • El_Tabadour

    This show is stupid. If you’re going to do a naked dating show, what is the point of blurring out the box? How are you any different than clothed dating shows? You might as well make a gang bang dating show.

  • ObserversDickIsAFatwa

    Hmmm….

    …no chance of a coordinated publicity stunt…..right?

  • Dick Hertz

    That uncensored crotch shot will likely live in the internet-sphere forever. Sorry, Jessie, but every guy you’ve ever known has seen it or will see it. Ironic, but had you not filed suit, 98% of the guys who’ve seen it, wouldn’t have.

    You’ve been reduced to a laughing stock. A punch line. An expletive. You can forget about high school and college reunions. Unless you’re completely bereft of any ability to feel shame and embarrassment, I doubt you’ll be going

    If you were the type in high school to make the chunkier gals and the geeky guys feel inferior, well……let’s just say they’re having the last laugh.

    See Jessie, people, generally speaking, don’t care much for hypocrisy. Going on a TV show and leaving your jeans, blouse, bra and panties on the beach to romp naked in front of a production crew and millions of viewers, only to later complain that your vertical smile was carelessly exposed, doesn’t endear yourself to the average citizen.

    And one more thing: Good luck getting a job in a year, or two years, or five years. A REAL job, not “modeling.” The first thing an employer does is Google your name. Even if they hire you, every employee in that company will have seen “the goods” before you complete your first week. It’s human nature. The guys from the sales department wont be discussing last night’s game around the water cooler. You’ll be the topic of discussion. The $400 pantsuit and the high IQ glasses won’t help you look professional and dignified. That ship sailed when the show aired.

    Here that noise, Jessie? No? Listen again. Hear it, now? It’s every guy from your high class, laughing his ass off.