Lex Jurgen - May 31, 2017
The first rule of hiding is not to tell everybody where you're hiding. The second rule is not to hide at your parent's house. They spent eighteen years molding you into a nude model. They did their fair share.
“To hide out at my mother’s house at age 30 because of something I’ve done — it just felt really low.”
Mathers explained how she received death threats after she accidentally Snapchatted her Mean Girls comment on the chunky grandma in the locker room to the public. "Receiving death threats" is the mirror farce to "I've received tons of supportive emails", neither ever supported by any level of evidence.
Mathers insisted that her hope is that the woman she ridiculed in the photo can "move on and move forward in her life and not feel judged". Or as much as an old fat woman not young and hot like Mathers can. Though moving forward should not include moving forward with the likely civil suit. Assume there's an accountant currently estimating Mathers ability to pay a judgement.
Mathers received thirty days community service and three years probation. It was a win for society, and more importantly, a City Attorney with a bad mustache hoping to find himself yet another high paying government gig like the last one. This should put an end to models making fun of the less attractive once and for all. We're in this body shaming war together, right, ladies?
Photo Credit: Instagram / @missdanimathers
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