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Dating Naked contestant sues: Contestant wants $10 mil because we saw her crotch

A Dating Naked contestant is suing for big bucks. The reality star contestant brought a whopper of a lawsuit, seeking $10 million in “damages” because she went on a show where she’s naked, 24-7, and (shockingly) we all saw her naked. With our naked eye, we now bare the naked truth – this lawsuit is a bunch of bunk.

Model Jessie Nizewitz, a 28-year-old from Long Island, said she was “horrified” after VH1 failed to get the blurry little oval on a shot of her bending over. So viewers got a crotch shot, and now Nizewitz wants a windfall of cash because the network didn’t do their “booty duty” and cover her up.

Writes TVGuide.com: “During a naked wrestling segment on the series' third episode, which aired on July 31, a non-blurred shot of Jessie Nizewitz accidentally aired on the final broadcast. After the episode, Nizewitz says she was assailed by text messages and on social media by friends and strangers alike. She claims the mishap torpedoed a ‘budding relationship’ with a man she had been seeing, and says her family members are less than thrilled as well.”

“I felt lied to, manipulated and used. I was horrified,” Nizewitz said. “I think they owe me a huge apology… 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.”

Says the Daily Mail: “During the scene in question, Ms. Nizewitz and her date are throwing a football on the beach and start playfully wrestling in the sand. Her rear is in the air, facing the camera, at the moment when the producers failed to blur.”

Speaking of the dude that dumped her after her box made an appearance, Nizewitz said: “He was employed, Jewish, in his 30s and that’s pretty much ideal.”

We didn’t know that she was dating 1992 Jerry Seinfeld, but he is rather fickle about his relationships.

After her genitals went live, Twitter lit up with hilarious and raunchy comments, most of which cannot be repeated here.

Where do we even begin with this? Talk about reality television getting real. The thing is, she’ll probably get some cash out of this frivolous and wonky suit. What’s your take? Sound off below.