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Emily Ratajkowski Calls Book of Images Released Without Her Permission a ‘Violation’

Emily Ratajkowski. Photo: Paul Archuleta/Getty Images

Emily Ratajkowski took to Twitter on Wednesday to slam the recent publication of a collection of pictures taken of her in May 2012 by photographer Jonathan Leder, calling the book and images “a violation.”

The book — called Leder/Ratajkowski — uses photographs that Ratajkowski says were only intended for publication in an artful magazine shoot. Among the collection of 71 pictures are several nudes of the actress, according to “Page Six.” Ratajkowski wrote that Leder never received her permission to use the images in the book. She said the publication goes against everything she stands for, including the belief that women should be able to choose when and how they want to “share their sexuality.”

Emily Ratajkowski Speaks Out Against New Book of Photographs