in a fraction of Supermodel’s upcoming book “My Body” (out November 9), Ratajkowski, 30, alleged that the incident occurred when Thicke, 44, returned to set “a little drunk”. Route information on Saturday. was given by The Sunday Times of London. Granthshala can confirm that the allegations are in Ratajkowski’s book.
Ratajkowski, who is seen topless with two other less worn models in the video Pharrell Williams and T.I., along with Thicke, describe her shock in the moment.
“Out of nowhere, I felt the coolness and exoticism of a stranger’s hands caressing my bare breasts from behind,” she writes. “I instinctively walked away, looking back at Robin Thicke. He smiled with a goofy smile and stumbled backwards, his eyes hidden behind his sunglasses.”
“Avoiding eye contact, feeling the heat of the insult pump through my body,” recalls Ratajkowski.
USA Today has contacted representatives for Thicke and Ratajkowski for comment. None of the stars on social media have accepted the allegations.
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The director of the music video, Diane Martel, told The Sunday Times that she witnessed the moment. “I yelled… ‘What are you doing? That’s it, the shoot’s over!” Thicke apologized, with Martell telling the news outlet: “I don’t think he would have done it if he had been sober.”
Ratajkowski wrote that the experience made her feel “naked for the first time that day” and “I didn’t respond – not really, as I should have.”
Neither did any other woman on set, she said. “How many of us were there and how safe I felt in his presence, we weren’t in a position to hold Robin Thicke accountable on the set of his music video. After all, we were working for him.”
“blurred lines” number 1 . spent 12 weeks on on the Billboard Hot 100 and was named song of the summer by Billboard, USA Today and other publications. Amidst the #MeToo movement, questions were raised about whether the lyrics of the song were consensual.
In 2018, a copyright infringement claim was brought against Thicke and Williams. Marvin Guess’ family awarded $5.3 million, who said the song mimicked Gaye’s 1977 single “Got to Give It Up”.