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People attend a Playboy magazine party sponsored by a whiskey brand in Caracas Oct. 11, 2007. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva) People attend a Playboy magazine party sponsored by a whiskey brand in Caracas Oct. 11, 2007. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)  

Model allowed golf tee in her butt, got whacked with golf club, sues Playboy

Sure, the catwalk is exhilarating, but the life of a model can also be degrading. It can be even more degrading when the model in question chooses to lie down on a golf course to allow some dude to stick a golf tee between her butt cheeks so he can try to hit a golf ball balanced precariously atop the tee.

Things did not end well for Playboy model Elizabeth “Liz” Dickson when, she says, she made this questionable series of choices two years ago.

The incident allegedly occurred on March 30, 2012, CBS Los Angeles reports. The locale was the Industry Hills Golf Club—home to “fast greens,” “lots of bunkers” and “great scenic views” on the par threes, according to Yelp.

Dickson’s complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court states that she showed up at the course because she was invited to help Playboy Playmates host the Playboy Golf Finals, an event associated with the Links and Laces Golf Tour.

At the event, the lawsuit alleges, Dickson agreed to lie down on her stomach “with her buttocks partially exposed” so Kevin Klein, a co-host of the Playboy Morning Show, could stick a tee down into the crevice of her butt cheeks and attempt to drive a golf ball.

According to the suit, Klein’s apparently crappy and errant swing made firm contact with the model’s buttocks, “causing her injuries and damages.”

The lawsuit claims battery and negligence. Dickson is seeking $500,000 in monetary damages for pain, suffering and anxiety, plus additional punitive damages.

CBS Los Angeles reached out to Playboy for comment to no avail.

A 2011 Facebook post by the Links and Laces Golf Tour touts Dickson as that year’s “Girl of Playboy Golf Winner.”

“Liz is from South Lyon, MI. Liz models and works at Stingers in Wixom, MI,” the Facebook post explains. “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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