Jessie Nizewitz, a contestant on VH1’s “Dating Naked,” has filed suit in New York, seeking million in damages for emotional distress, humiliation and embarrassment after the show allegedly failed to properly blur her genitals. See video: VH1’s ‘Dating Naked’ Pulls Off Nude Flash Mob in Downtown LA According to the lawsuit obtained by The Wrap, Nizewitz signed on to the show before it had a name.

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See video: Stephen Colbert Can’t Wait Until All TV Is Naked The suit alleges that screenshots of the image were almost immediately shared via social media, adding to Nizewitz’s embarrassment and ridicule.

“Defendants knew or reasonably should have known that broadcasting an individual’s vagina and anus on national cable television would cause substantial and severe emotional distress,” the suit states.

Nizewitz is asking that the defendants stop using or distributing the images of her uncensored crotch, and that they remove all copies of the images from across the social media spectrum.

She seeks $10 million in damages for economic losses, distress, humiliation and embarrassment as a result of defendants’ alleged breach of contract.

With lots of nude dating shows being considered in Hollywood, VH1 is way ahead of the game with its show, “Dating Naked,” which premieres Thursday, July 17 at 9/8c.

The network has released a couple teasers for the series and they give a good idea of what viewers can expect.

Each episode features a man and woman and two different naked dates each.

In the end, they’ll choose one to move forward on their dating adventure — possibly with clothes.

Also read: Why Naked Reality Dating Show Pitches Are Flooding Hollywood The deeper idea behind the series is to see what will happen once you literally strip someone of all the things that externally define you or distract you.

“[The nudity] was really a storytelling device that was about something — the search for true love and what happens when you throw away your inhibitions,” VH1’s executive vice president of original programming and production, Susan Levison, told The Wrap previously.

Hosted by Amy Paffrath, the series’ first season will consist of 10 one-hour episodes.