Emily Ratajkowski alleges sexual assault by Robin Thicke on sets of ‘Blurred Lines’ music video : Bollywood News

Mannequin and actress Emily Ratajkowski has opened up concerning the time alleging being sexually assaulted by singer Robin Thicke on the set of the 2013 music video for ‘Blurred Traces.’

Based on The Sunday Occasions, Ratajkowski describes the alleged incident in her upcoming guide, My Physique. Per the London-based paper, Ratajkowski writes within the guide, “Immediately, out of nowhere, I felt the coolness and foreignness of a stranger’s palms cupping my naked breasts from behind. I instinctively moved away, wanting again at Robin Thicke. He smiled a goofy grin and stumbled backward, his eyes hid behind his sun shades. My head turned to the darkness past the set. [The director, Diane Martel’s] voice cracked as she yelled out to me, ‘Are you okay?'”

The director Diane Martel tells the Occasions, “I keep in mind the second that he grabbed her breasts. One in every hand. He was standing behind her as they have been each in profile.”

‘Blurred Traces‘ video was filmed with an all-female group, Ratajkowski is one in all three fashions who dance semi-naked alongside Thicke, singer Pharrell Williams, and rapper TI.

Earlier than the alleged incident, Ratajkowski reportedly wrote that Thicke was “somewhat drunk” and “did not appear to be having fun with himself in the identical means.” In her guide, she reportedly writes that she “felt the warmth of humiliation pump by means of” her physique following the alleged incident, including, “I did not react — not likely, not like I ought to have.”

Martel tells The Sunday Occasions she reacted by screaming, “What the f— are you doing, that is it!! The shoot is over!!” However in response to the director, Ratajkowski supplied to complete the shoot.

Whereas that is the primary time Ratajkowski has spoken concerning the alleged incident publicly, she’s been vocal up to now about her disdain for the video.

The ‘Blurred Traces’ music has been a magnet for controversy since its launch. Its lyrics, which embrace, “I do know you need it,” have been criticized for trivializing sexual violence.

The video was additionally reportedly banned from YouTube.

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