Emily Ratajkowski Let Everyone Know How She Feels About Harvey Weinstein

December 12, 2019 / Posted by:

Yesterday we learned that Harvey Weinstein had reached a tentative $25 million settlement with 30 women who accused him of sexual harassment and assault. The settlement wasn’t an admission of guilt, so Harvey will get to skate away from those allegations without admitting he acted like a creep (well, at least until hearings for his criminal trial begins in January). He also won’t have to pay a dime of his own money since the settlement will be paid by insurance companies.

One quick peek at Twitter will show you how some people feel about Harvey’s current lack of accountability. Emily Ratajkowski was one of them. But she also decided to go ahead and save everyone the effort of scrolling through Twitter by putting her feelings directly on her body.

Emily attended the Uncut Gems premiere in Los Angeles last night with her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard, who was a producer on the film. Emily accessorized her Herve Leger dress with the words “fuck harvey” written on her arm. She didn’t write a last name, which could have people assuming she’s got a problem with Harvey Keitel, or Harvey from Sabrina the Teenage Witch. She made it very clear on social media which Harvey could get fucked:

Harvey Weinstein is so delusional and out of touch with reality, he probably saw Emily’s arm statement and forwarded them to his lawyers as evidence. “She’s clearly raising her arm because she wants to be picked to have sex with me. And she wrote it on her arm, because her excitement has left her speechless!”

But not only does Emily’s arm statement tell you all you need to know about where she stands with this Harvey situation, but it also shows you how committed she is to telling him off. Emily kept her arm held high for photographers. I hate Harvey too, but I’m also too lazy to put that much physical effort into my posing. Photographers better get a good picture before my arm starts cramping and I switch back to the much more comfortable hands-on-waist.

Pics: Wenn.com

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