Girl Sues Playboy Over Sexy Trampoline Jump Injury

Filed under: Celebrity Justice, Playboy

A woman, the Playboy mansion, a photographer and a trampoline … what could possibly go wrong?

A lot … according to Denise Underhill — who’s filed a lawsuit against Playboy, claiming she suffered a devastating knee injury during a bouncy photo shoot at the mansion back in 2009.

According to the suit, filed in LA Superior Court last month, Denise claims she was “requested to jump on a trampoline … in order for photographs to be taken of her.”  We’re guessing Denise has a huge smile. 

During the jumping session, Denise claims she tore the meniscus in her right knee … but instead of proper medical assistance, she was merely given crutches and sent on her way.

In the docs, Denise claims “There were no warning signs posted … as to the dangers posed by the use of the equipment.” She has a point, even shampoo has directions. 

Denise claims the injury required surgery — and she’s demanding more than $25k for her troubles.

A call to Playboy was not returned.

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