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Woman charged with wrecking sexy Playboy Easter bunny display

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Clifton, N.J. — A New Jersey woman who allegedly dismantled an Easter display of scantly clad mannequins in front of several television cameras is in trouble with New Jersey authorities.

Desiree Shepstone of Clifton, N.J., used garden shears Tuesday afternoon to take down five mannequins that were dressed in sexy lingerie and holding Easter baskets, according to news video shot at the scene, our sister site NJ.com reported.

Shepstone, 37, has been charged with third-degree criminal mischief for damage exceeding $2,000, according to court records, the report said.

The display was erected by a dentist to partially recognize Easter while celebrating the late Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner. It received mixed reactions from residents who either found it distasteful or an example of the First Amendment in action.

Hefner would have turned 93 on Tuesday, two days after the small army of mannequins was installed.

“She vandalized my property and for that I’ll see her in court,” Wayne Gangi told NJ.com. “I’m not going to let this type of thing happen by this type of person. She’s a troubled neighbor who happened to see Inside Edition here and wanted attention for herself.”

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