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'Hottie' model offers butt as tee wedge, then sues golfer

Liz Dickson, a model who made a strange if not provocative appearance during the Playboy Golf Finals at the Industry Hills Golf Club in Los Angles in March 2012 has filed a lawsuit against Playboy Enterprises. The trouble started when Ms. Dickson allowed a golfer to insert a tee in her buttocks and tee off, according to a TMZ report out today.

Unfortunately, Playboy Morning Show radio host Keven Klein, perhaps distracted or just a bad golfer, missed the ball but landed a blow to Dikson’s derriere.

Klein may lose more than a soiled tee and a game, because the woman who volunteered her bare buttocks for his drive is suing for battery and negligence, seeking $500,000 and an undisclosed amount in punitive damages, according to TMZ.

Dickson’s suit reportedly states that she agreed to lie “with her buttocks partially exposed” so Klein could “hit off the tee in her butt.” The legal document claims Klein attempted the drive but his club missed the tee and “struck plaintiff on the buttocks, causing her injuries and damages.”

On a more positive note, according to a Facebook post, Liz Dickson was 2011′s "Girl of Playboy Golf Winner. Liz is from Traverse City, Michigan and when not modeling, works at Stingers in Wixom. When not spending time with her son, Liz likes to shop, see her friends, have fun and act silly. Liz enjoyed meeting the Playmates at the Playboy Golf Tournament and made several new friends."

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