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Emily Ratajkowski angry about nude photos in new book

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Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski has urged fans not to buy a new book full of revealing shots of the Blurred Lines video beauty, insisting they are "a violation".

The "Gone Girl" actress, who famously stripped off for Robin Thicke's racy promo, has broken her silence about photographer Jonathan Leder's upcoming book of photos, "Emily Ratajkowski: Collector's Edition", which over 100 naked Polaroids of her, taken in 2012, reported Today.



Emily, 25, took to Twitter to make it clear she's in no way endorsing the new book - and would rather fans didn't pick it up.

"I've been resisting speaking publicly on the recently released photos by Jonathan Leder to avoid giving him publicity," she wrote.

"But I've had enough... This book and the images within them are a violation."

The model revealed she posed for Leder as part of an artistic magazine shoot, and said the snapper did not have her permission to publish the images he took.

She added: "5 out of the now 100s of released photos were used for what they were intended: an artful magazine shoot back in 2012..."

"These photos being used w/out my permission is an example of exactly the opposite of what I stand for: women choosing when and how they want to share their sexuality and bodies."

The photographer's title will release later this month.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Emily Ratajkowski angry about nude photos in new book

Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski has urged fans not to buy a new book full of revealing shots of the Blurred Lines video beauty, insisting they are "a violation". The "Gone Girl" actress, who famously stripped off for Robin Thicke's racy promo, has broken her silence about photographer Jonathan Leder's upcoming book of photos, "Emily Ratajkowski: Collector's Edition", which features over 100 naked Polaroids of her, taken in 2012, reported USA Today. Emily, 25, took to Twitter to make it clear she's in no way endorsing the new book - and would rather fans didn't pick it up. "I've been resisting speaking publicly on the recently released photos by Jonathan Leder to avoid giving him publicity," she wrote. "But I've had enough... This book and the images within them are a violation." The model revealed she posed for Leder as part of an artistic magazine shoot, and said the snapper did not have her permission to publish the images he took. She added: "5 out of the now 100s of ... Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski has urged fans not to buy a new book full of revealing shots of the Blurred Lines video beauty, insisting they are "a violation".

The "Gone Girl" actress, who famously stripped off for Robin Thicke's racy promo, has broken her silence about photographer Jonathan Leder's upcoming book of photos, "Emily Ratajkowski: Collector's Edition", which over 100 naked Polaroids of her, taken in 2012, reported Today.

Emily, 25, took to Twitter to make it clear she's in no way endorsing the new book - and would rather fans didn't pick it up.

"I've been resisting speaking publicly on the recently released photos by Jonathan Leder to avoid giving him publicity," she wrote.

"But I've had enough... This book and the images within them are a violation."

The model revealed she posed for Leder as part of an artistic magazine shoot, and said the snapper did not have her permission to publish the images he took.

She added: "5 out of the now 100s of released photos were used for what they were intended: an artful magazine shoot back in 2012..."

"These photos being used w/out my permission is an example of exactly the opposite of what I stand for: women choosing when and how they want to share their sexuality and bodies."

The photographer's title will release later this month.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Emily Ratajkowski angry about nude photos in new book

Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski has urged fans not to buy a new book full of revealing shots of the Blurred Lines video beauty, insisting they are "a violation".

The "Gone Girl" actress, who famously stripped off for Robin Thicke's racy promo, has broken her silence about photographer Jonathan Leder's upcoming book of photos, "Emily Ratajkowski: Collector's Edition", which over 100 naked Polaroids of her, taken in 2012, reported Today.

Emily, 25, took to Twitter to make it clear she's in no way endorsing the new book - and would rather fans didn't pick it up.

"I've been resisting speaking publicly on the recently released photos by Jonathan Leder to avoid giving him publicity," she wrote.

"But I've had enough... This book and the images within them are a violation."

The model revealed she posed for Leder as part of an artistic magazine shoot, and said the snapper did not have her permission to publish the images he took.

She added: "5 out of the now 100s of released photos were used for what they were intended: an artful magazine shoot back in 2012..."

"These photos being used w/out my permission is an example of exactly the opposite of what I stand for: women choosing when and how they want to share their sexuality and bodies."

The photographer's title will release later this month.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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