As we learned last November, Dani Mathers faced a pretty hefty potential sentence (we鈥檙e talkin鈥 about six months in jail and a $1,000 fine) for her body-shaming pic of a naked 70-year-old woman at her gym, which she posted to Snapchat last July. And while the Playboy model attempted to have the charge dropped as her court date came closer, yesterday she finally faced the consequences of her actions.

Dani Mathers

According to the Daily News, Mathers was charged with 鈥渕isdemeanor invasion of privacy under a California law that prohibits the secret recording or photographing of an 鈥榠dentifiable person鈥 in a home, changing room or tanning booth without the subject鈥檚 consent.鈥 After initially pleading not guilty in November, today, Mathers pleaded no contest to the charge and was sentenced to community service, restitution, and probation.

This means that Mathers will be spending 30 days on graffiti removal duty while also paying the victim $60 in restitution so the woman can replace her backpack, which could be seen in the model鈥檚 Snapchat post and therefore might be used to identify the woman IRL. On top of this, the 30-year-old will spend 36 months on summary probation (meaning since she鈥檚 not deemed a danger to others, she doesn鈥檛 have to check in with a probation officer). She was also ordered not to take any unauthorized photos that invade a person鈥檚 privacy, which should be pretty darn obvious by this point, TBH.

鈥淪he never imagined it would get this out of control,鈥 Mathers鈥 attorney, Thomas Mesereau told BuzzFeed News. 鈥淪he freely admitted it was a mistake. She apologized before any case was filed.鈥

However, Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer said that Mathers needed to be held accountable for her body-shaming crime, saying, 鈥淭his was a very important case to me 鈥 as a father, as a son, as someone who recognizes the damage body-shaming can do.鈥

While some may argue Mathers deserved a harsher punishment (and others still don鈥檛 feel like she should be punished at all for what she claimed was a mistake), let鈥檚 just hope she learns from this experience.

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(h/t Refinery29; photo via Charley Gallay/Getty)