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Emily Ratajkowski Responds Over the Abuses and Also Says She Was Assaulted by Photographer Jonathan Leder

Emily O’Hara Ratajkowskiis an American model and actress. She was Born in London.She is 29 years old model .She detailed her photograph shoot when she just started her career in a piece for New York’s magazine ‘the cut’.

What is it about?

She revealed that she was sexually harrased during her photoshoot which took place at Jonathan leders home in the Catskills in May 2012.

She said that she was just 20 years old at that time.She remembers that she drank a lot and a lot of red wine. She was too drunk at the end of the evening .She had two photoshoots ,one in lingerie and another nude.

She was shivering with cold on the couch .Both were on the couch sitting and talking ,she remembered that Jonathan started asking about her boyfriends .And they both was talking .She was rubbing her bare legs to get some warmth and against his also .He even told her that he liked that thing.She remembered that scene very clearly.

Everything else was blurred after that, may be because of too much red wine.She don’t remember any kissing but she remembered that feeling which came when his finger was inside her ,she has that feeling never before and not even after that and that hurted her too much,then she instinctively make his hand out of her with force.Then suddenly he stood up and went silently .

What does Jonathan say about Emily ?

In answer to this, Jonathan said that she is that girl who bounced around naked in the Robin Thicke video at that time .How can anyone believe that she is a victim? 

Leder insisted that whatever Ratajkowski has said about him is absolutely false …these are the false allegations .He feels shameful for her as she is doing such a thing for gaining publicity .

From listening to both the persons it cannot be said who is telling the truth .

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