Transcript for 'Dating Naked' Contestant Sues for $10 Million
We'll see you tonight. That big lawsuit over the popular reality show "Dating naked." One of the women who appeared on the show said it was too revealing and now wants $10 million. ABC's Michelle Franzen. Whether it's naked and afraid -- This is crazy relationship or "Buying naked." I like how open it is. Reporter: Going about your business in the birthday suit is the hottest reality for Jesse of VH1's "Dating naked." I'm extremely comfortable in my own continue. Being naked to me means absolutely nothing. Reporter: The trend has gone too far. You're shy. You want to make a date. That doesn't make sense. Reporter: She is suing viacom as well as the producers of her show for $10 million for showing her too naked. You feel a little uncomfortable like this? I'm fine. How are you? I don't mind it. Reporter: Jesse claims she was humiliated on social media with horrible messages after producers assured her certain parts of her body would be covered during a wrestling scene but when the show aired she says viewers were treated to the full Monty. She put out a statement saying "I have no problem going to a beach in a bikini or people seeing me on TV in a bikini. Obviously I did not expect the whole world to see my private pars. I was on the wrestling team, not the football team. Reporter: She claims the producers edge couraged her to wrestle. Now she wants a huge apology. Alleging the show cost her a budding relationship with someone she had been seeing for a month who never called her after the episode aired. For "Good morning America," Michelle Franzen in New York. Good morning. Is it just me or is it hard to watch. I think everybody is up now.
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