The Moment Playboy Model Participated In Controversial Stunt -Now She’s Suing (Photos & Video)

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March 16, 2014 6:38am PST

On Friday we reported that a Playboy model was suing after being hit with a club during a golf stunt.  Apparently there was a bit more to the story than initially let on.

Elizabeth Dickson, 28, was attending a Playboy gold tournament in California where she was invited to help out.  During that time, radio host Kevin Klein reportedly asked her to participate in a photo shoot where the model was supposed to lie, “flat on her stomach with her buttocks partially exposed for a photograph.”

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During that time, “A golf tee was then placed between the cheeks of her buttocks and a golf ball was balanced on top of the tee.”The temptation was just too much for Dickson to handle as the plan soon changed, altering the agreement between the two.  The DJ then attempted to actually hit the ball – something the two did not agree on.

At first Dickson was said to have missed, where someone retrieved the ball and placed it back on the tee.  Going for a second try, he must’ve aimed lower as the club smacked into the model’s butt cheek.

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Although she is suing now, at the time it appears as if she was joking about the incident.  Dickson even tried to interview her at the time, but was drowned out by music.

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The incident left the model with an undoubtedly painful bruise, but that’s not all according to the suit.  The lawsuit claims the model was an, “unwilling participant,” where, “[Dickson] sustained severe bodily injuries, a portion of which are permanent.”

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Those “injuries,” she is seeking $500,000 for consist of, “pain, suffering and anxiety, plus additional punitive damages.”

Let us know what you think – is Dickson’s case really worth $500,000? Let us know in a comment below.

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