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Emily Ratajkowski sexually assaulted by photographer Jonathan Leder

Emily Ratajkowski

Women’s safety is the topmost priority for everyone in the world. Currently, the women of our society are not safe.  A lot of ill and filthy things are happening. Be it a developed modern country, or a small developing country. Women are not safe. Recently, a USA model Emily Ratajkowski has opened up about her assault.

Emily Ratajkowski allegations

Reportedly, Emily Ratajkowski, has put allegations on a photographer for sexually harassing her. Reportedly, it was an 8-year-old incident. As per the reports, 29 year model, assaulting happened in 2012. Moreover, Ratajkowski was 20 years old at that time. Basically, she was just beginning her career in modeling.

Details about it

Reportedly, the model and the address said she is a victim of sexual assault. Basically, that time her agency was asking her to go for a photoshoot. Moreover, this was an unpaid photoshoot for a magazine called Darius. However, this required an overnight stay.

Surprisingly, this was shocking for her to see that it was a lingerie photoshoot. Upon reaching there, Jonathan offered her wine throughout the evening. Apparently, to look mature and sensible she accepted the wine. Moreover, the photoshoot started.

Emily Ratajkowski assaulted

Furthermore, after shooting for the lingerie, the photographer said,” let’s try naked”. This made Emily shock.

After that, the photoshoot begin again. Reportedly, she felt a bit dizzy due to the red wine. Furthermore, the shoot got over. And the makeup artist went to bed. The model says she was “very very drunk”,  but wide awake. Believing, the claim of Emily Ratajkowski, she was sexually assaulted at that time. She has penned all this in the New essay of New York Magazine.

Jonathan says on this

After many years, these photos got published. Although, Emily Ratajkowski, claims that Leder and Imperial Publishing had no right to use the images. As per Emily, she and her agency didn’t sign to publish these pictures. Jonathan Leder’s representative opens up on this matter.
In response to allegations, Leder denies all the claims. It’s a publicity stunt, according to them.

Moreover, who is telling the truth and who is lying we don’t know. Apparently, it will be very naïve to say it’s a publicity stunt. This is a very crucial topic. But women are not safe. We must create a healthy environment for women, in-home as well as at work also.