EmRata has made a couple of startling revelations in her upcoming book ‘My Body’ where she writes about her family’s obsession with her looks
Emily Ratajkowski was born beautiful but she’s had to pay a heavy price for those killer features she has been gifted with. Behind all that glamor hides a dark reality that is filled with guilt, harassment, and everything in between. In her upcoming book titled ‘My Body’, which releases on November 9, EmRata reflects on everything that she endured in her childhood.
Earlier this month, EmRata made a bombshell revelation that Robin Thicke fondled her breasts during the shoot of ‘Blurred Lines’. In the video, the supermodel appears topless in several scenes, wearing only a skin-toned thong, which gives the appearance that she is naked. The video created a lot of controversies after its release for promoting the date rape culture. EmRata said Thicke was slightly drunk when he groped her bare breasts from behind. “Suddenly, out of nowhere, I felt the coolness and foreignness of a stranger’s hands cupping my bare breasts from behind. I instinctively moved away, looking back at Robin Thicke,” EmRata wrote in her book. She says, she “felt naked for the first time that day.”
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Who is Emily Ratajkowski’s mother?
EmRata was born to Kathleen Balgley. She has a Ph.D. in Literature from the University of California, San Diego. She has been a lecturer at UCLA Writing programs and tenured as associate professor of English at California State University, San Luis Obispo. She is also an author and has written a memoir titled ‘Letters to My Father: Excavating a Jewish Identity in Poland and Belarus’, the foreword for which was penned by EmRata.
EmRata said growing up she understood her family was quite fixated with her looks. She remembers her mother telling her that the doctor who delivered her exclaimed, “Look at the size of her! She’s beautiful.” She remembers her mom saying, “The next day he brought his children to the hospital just to see you. You were such a beautiful baby.” EmRata says she grew up on stories about her mom being a beautiful woman herself. Kathy looked like a young Elizabeth Hurley and heard of “adoring boys standing on the lawn below her bedroom window in high school” and that she was a cause of envy of many girls.
“I tried to gauge where my parents thought I belonged in the world of beauties,” Ratajkowski writes. “It. Brinkwire Brief News.