Model Liz Dickson is suing Playboy and a radio host for an alleged botched stunt at an event involving a golf ball, tee, and her butt.
Dickson has filed a complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court against Playboy Enterprises and Kevin Klein, co-host of the Playboy Morning Show. According to TMZ, Dickson is seeking $500,000 and "punitive damages" for battery and negligence.
The incident happened at the Playboy Golf Finals on March 30, 2012, an event Dickson was invited to help host, according to the complaint. From CBS Los Angeles:
Dickson agreed to have a photo taken of her lying on her stomach "with her buttocks partially exposed" so that Kevin Klein, co-host of the show, could hit a golf ball put atop a tee that was inserted between her butt cheeks, the suit alleges.
However, Klein missed the tee and "struck plaintiff on the buttocks, causing her injuries and damages," the suit states.
Dickson suffered pain, suffering, worrying and anxiety as a result of her injuries, the suit states.
Update: Here's a copy of Dickson's lawsuit. According to the suit, Dickson "sustained severe bodily injuries, a portion of which are permanent."
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