Gone Girl actress/model, Emily Ratajkowski, losing anger on Twitter about the book of photos published by picture taker Jonathan Leder. The photos were taken in 2012 for a 2- day magazine shoot, however now the collection of the pictures, some of her nude, are published without her assent.
Emily tweeted Wednesday that she at first needed to remain noiseless to abstain from giving Leder consideration, yet she had enough and expected to stand up. “The book and the images within them are a violation,” she said. She said the photos were at first planned for an artful magazine shoot.
On Thursday, Ratajkowski caught up with more tweets, clarifying that she was not paid and didn’t sign a release for the photos. “That said, the legal side of this is private and I would appreciate it if people waited to base their opinions on facts rather than speculation or assumptions,” she wrote.
She tweets that published the book “is an example of exactly the opposite of what I stand for: women choosing when and how they want to share their sexuality and bodies.”
The book is on sale for $80 and the photos will likewise go on view at an exhibition in New York this February.