Dani Mathers - the Playboy Playmate who took a photograph of a naked woman in a Los Angeles gym shower and posted it on Snapchat - lost her last-ditch attempt to avoid going to trial.

Mathers, 30, is charged with secretly photographing a naked 70-year-old woman without her consent on July 14, 2016. She posted the image along with a selfie of her feigning a look of horror and the caption "If I can't unsee this then you can't either."

A Los Angeles judge denied the 2015 Playmate of the Year's defense motion claiming the privacy law she's charged with violating is too ambiguous to be constitutional.

"The court finds the statute is constitutional and not void for vagueness," Judge Gustavo Sztraicher ruled.

The trial is tentatively set to begin May 26. Mathers faces a maximum of six months in jail for the crime of invasion of privacy.

She apologized last summer after an intense backlash.

"That was absolutely wrong and not what I meant to do," she said in an online video. "I know that body-shaming is wrong. That is not the type of person I am."

After the incident, Mathers deleted her social media profiles and was banned from LA Fitness, where she took the photograph.

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