Emily Ratajkowski And Sebastian Bear-McClard Walk Dog in NYC!: The fashion industry was recently shaken by a bombshell dropped by Emily Ratajkowski, as she again counted the super sexual assault she experienced during a photoshoot.
She has been receiving massive support by her family, friends and fans rally around her, and also the Inamorata founder is helping her in keeping her head held high.
Emily Ratajkowski On A Walk
Emily was seen wearing a boss bade vibes Saturday in an oversized androgynous chic brown pantsuit, walking through her dog Colombo accompanied by her husband, Sebastian Bear McClard.
It was after lunch at ATLAB in their trendy NoHo Neighborhood of Network city.
The actress wore the sleeves of the buttoned blazer rolled up below her elbow, layered over a brown bralette.
The same ensemble noticed in a mirror on the Instagram handle of Ratajkowski at her spacious apartment.
Her stylish look, with a pair of sunglasses, posing for the camera and complemented by her gorgeous pout.
She was seen along with her husband, holding on to the leash of their German shepherd, Colombo.
He was wearing a casual white t-shirt which was from his production company Elara Pictures, which had teddy bears printed on it, partnered by blue baseball cap that too from the merch line.
About Sexual Assault
The sexual assault is against the photographer, Jonathan Leder. Actress Nola Palmer back up with her posting a similar allegation as Emily claims.
‘ I have been carrying around the pain and trauma of Jonathan and his abuse for a decade now. I have gone so far as changing my name because in my mind he owned it and I could not look at the name without seeing him.’
Emily discloses all this on the last week personal essay for The Cut, allegedly getting assaulted by Jonathan in 2012 while she shoots in Woodstock, New York.
The memory fresh, as she remembered Jonathan giving her glasses of red wine as he was asking her to wear different lingerie until he asked her to go nude.
Later, she and Ledger sat on the couch, where he forced herself onto her, assaulting her.
Only years later, the actress-turned-model released that the photographer had published a book of risqué photographs, using the picture she had clicked from the unpaid photoshoot. The permission allowed only for magazine use.
Claiming that the actress-turned-model, agent has signed for the use of the picture, the photographer has provided a copy of a release, which granted him the necessary rights.
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Before my essay was published on Tuesday, I was so nervous that I couldn’t sleep. I had to keep reminding myself why I’d written it and decided to publish it at all. I thought about my younger self and the healing that writing about something you once couldn’t even talk about provides. Mostly I focused on the hope that other women might recognize their own experiences in reading my story. It’s been nothing short of life-changing to see how many women (and men!) this piece resonated with. Thank you to every single person who read, shared, commented and tagged me. I can’t tell you what it feels like to see my words in print and to hear from each and everyone of you. Thank you.
Emily thanked her fans for their support in an Instagram post.