Reports indicate that the iCloud account of model Emily Ratajkowski has been compromised, resulting in the leak of private nude photographs. Supposedly, around 200 explicit images of the voluptuous beauty were sent to Helen Wood, known for her involvement with Wayne Rooney, in the hopes that she would include them in her column for the Daily Star. Wood, a prominent reality TV personality, shared her experience of stumbling upon these explicit photographs in a Twitter direct message and expressed her curiosity regarding the sender’s identity.
Regrettably, it has been reported that private intimate photos of model Emily Ratajkowski, aged 25, have been unlawfully obtained from her iCloud. The incident took place when someone sent a message to a journalist, requesting that the entire collection of explicit images be exposed in their column. It should be noted that these were not leaked videos of a promiscuous celebrity seeking sexual encounters on Skype. Instead, they were personal photos exchanged between two individuals. Helen, the journalist, firmly declined to give any attention to the leaked images and condemned the actions of the person who sent them.
Bare: Emily has a tendency to share revealing pictures on her Instagram account. Nevertheless, a spokesperson for Emily clarified to MailOnline that the compromising images in question were the same ones that had been illicitly circulated a couple of years back. Emily rose to fame with her appearance in Robin Thicke’s wildly popular music video for “Blurred Lines,” but unfortunately, she has not been immune to hackers, who have leaked her intimate photos onto adult websites in the past. Moreover, in December of last year, Emily publicly criticized photographer Jonathan Leder for publishing risqué Polaroid snapshots from a photoshoot without obtaining her consent.
Sensational: The stunning individual rose to prominence in the music video for Robin Thicke’s hit song “Blurred Lines.” The provocative photo shoot took place in May 2012 and has since been widely circulated by various media outlets and magazines.
Emily expressed her reluctance to address the recently leaked photos captured by Jonathan Leder, as she did not want to give him unnecessary publicity. However, she has now decided to speak up.
She clarified that the Polaroids were originally taken for an artistic magazine feature, with no intention for the unused shots to be made public.
In a tweet, she emphasized that the unauthorized use of these photos goes against her beliefs, which advocate for women’s autonomy in choosing how and when to express their sexuality and showcase their bodies.
Not impressed: In December, she also expressed dissatisfaction with photographer Jonathan Leder for releasing Polaroid images from a provocative photoshoot without her consent.
Adding to her statement, she clarifies, “I want to make it clear that I did not sign any release or receive payment for this shoot. However, the legal details are private, and I kindly request that people refrain from forming opinions based on speculation or assumptions.”
Meanwhile, Leder recently shared his experience working with Emily in a Q&A session with Highsnobiety.
He revealed, “Within just 30 minutes of starting the shoot, she was already posing nude. Having worked with over 500 models in my career, I can confidently say that Emily Ratajkowski was one of the most comfortable models in terms of her body. She showed no shyness or self-consciousness whatsoever. To say she enjoyed being naked would be an understatement. I can’t say if it empowered her or if she simply enjoyed the attention, but out of the approximately 100 Polaroids we took over those two nights, she is only clothed in a few of them.”
Leder recently expressed that Emily had an undeniable sense of body confidence, stating that simply claiming she enjoyed being nude would be an understatement.