Robin Thicke is accused by Emily Ratajkowski of molesting her during the filming of a music video.
During the ‘Blurred Lines’ filming, she said he grabbed her breasts.
Robyn Thicke’s behavior with supermodel Emily Ratajkowski while filming the video that made him famous was inappropriate, according to a new book by his alleged victim.
According to a forthcoming piece in the Sunday Times of London, Ratajkowski said that Thicke grabbed her naked breasts during the making of the “Blurred Lines” video.
The sultry tune and racy music video became an international smash success.
“My bare breasts were suddenly cupped from behind by the coolness and foreignness of strangers’ hands. Ratajkowski, now 30, recalls the incident in her memoir “My Body, My Rules.” “scheduled for release on the 15th of next month.
When Amy Schumer asks EMIly Ratajkowski whether she’s aging well, she says, “THIS IS 40,” and she says, “NOT AT ALL.”
In the video, which also featured Pharrell Williams and rapper TI, Ratajkowski was one of three models who appeared in various degrees of undress.
According to the article, she was initially amused by the shot. But Thicke, who appeared to be inebriated at the time, started behaving obnoxiously.
“While wearing sunglasses to block out the sun, his mouth was open in a silly grin, and he tripped backwards. My eyes fixed on the gloom beyond the stage as I swiveled my torso around. “Are you okay?” [the director, Diane Martel] shouted as her voice cracked “according to what the text says.
The viral photo of EMILY RATAJKOWSKI holding her baby has received some harsh criticism.
According to the publication, the model felt “naked for the first time that day” after her time in the Los Angeles studio.
In order to avoid eye contact and feel the fire of shame pulse through her body, she tilted her chin forward and shrugged. and In other words, I didn’t react in the way I should have.
In accordance with the news story’s findings, Martel verified the occurrence.
The moment he grabbed her breasts was a very memorable one for her. “Each in a separate hand. As they stood side by side, he stood behind her. In my most aggressive Brooklyn accent, I yelled, “What the f—k are you doing? That’s it!!” ‘We’ve finished shooting!’
Martel claimed that Thicke had been drinking and had apologized “sheepishly” and been “contrite” as a result of his behavior.
After all, had the man been sober, she believes it would not have happened.
Not for the first time in its history, the song has sparked debate. For $5 million, Marvin Gaye’s estate was successful in proving that Thicke and Farrell’s smash single “Got To Give It Up” was taken verbatim from Gaye’s 1977 album “Blurred Lines.”
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