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Emily Ratajkowski Is Freaking Out Over That Nude Shoot [NSFW]

If you do a Google Image search of Jonathan Leder, you might have to quickly close the tab – his polaroids are very NSFW.

And his Instagram is no different.

But now, Leder has come under fire after publishing a book titled ‘Leder/Ratajkowski’.

In it, there are 71 photographs of none other than Emily Ratajkowski, shot, as she claims, by him for “an artful magazine shoot” back in 2012.

But on his website, Leder’s story is explained:

In May 2012, photographer Jonathan Leder found himself alone in a house with a Polaroid camera and Emily Ratajkowski. This was before the black-haired, red-lipped stunner had shot to fame with her undeniably sexy performance in Robin Thicke’s arguably sexist “Blurred Lines” video. Leder wasn’t shooting her because she was a celebrity. He’d simply seen something in her previous work that made him think this L.A. model wasn’t like all the others.

He was right, and the proof lies in Leder/Ratajkowski, a book of supernaturally sensual photos now being reissued in expanded form via Imperial Pictures Ltd. The new collector’s edition spans 71 images—many of them never before seen, all of them new scans boasting enhanced colour separation for maximum impact. Posing in lingerie (and less) on floral rugs, plush sofas, and big brass beds, Ratajkowski is a vintage pin-up queen with a 21st Century edge.

No matter, Emily was not impressed – Huffington Post gives the deets:

Ratajkowski says the book is “a violation” and that Leder never got the OK to publish these images from her. She added on Twitter that women should be able to choose when and how they want to “share their sexuality and bodies.”

If you thought any of those celebs whose nudes released on the Internet were bad, at least theirs wasn’t in print.

This is what Emily had to say on the matter:

screen-shot-2016-12-02-at-8-05-45-amscreen-shot-2016-12-02-at-8-05-55-am The worst of it all is that the book’s contents have been published in full online (do your own Googling if you want a look, it’s everywhere), and are very NSFW – the cover, below, is all we will publish here. jpg1_2048x2048Poor Em.

[source: huffingtonpost]

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