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Denise Underhill Files Lawsuit Against Playboy Due to Trampoline Accident

Written on June 15, 2011 by Lulu

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Denise Underhill, who had an accident during a photo shoot inside the Playboy Mansion, filed a case against the renowned men's magazine.

A woman named Denise Underhill filed a lawsuit against Playboy because of a trampoline accident inside the Playboy Mansion back in 2009. The accident gave Denise Underhill a devastating knee injury during a bouncy photo shoot that requested her to jump on the trampoline.

According to the lawsuit that was filed in LA Superior Court last month, the victim stated that instead of giving her a proper medical assistance, she was just given crutches and sent on her way home. In the documents Denise Underhill presents, there were also no warning signs about the danger of using the equipment.

She also claims that her knee injury required surgery, demanding $25,000 and above from the men’s magazine. Meanwhile, Playboy still doesn’t have any statement about the issue.

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