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Emily Ratajkowski Proudly Displays 'F--- Harvey' After Weinstein Settles With Sexual Assault Accusers

By Whitney Vasquez

Emily Ratajkowski isn't afraid to speak out and share her thoughts on disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein after it was revealed that he settled with his sexual assault accusers for a hefty $25 million. Hours after the settlement was announced, the model and "Gone Girl" actress took a sharpy and wrote "f--- harvey" on her left bicep to walk the red carpet of Adam Sandler's new movie, "Uncut Gems." The premiere took place at the ArcLight in Hollywood, California on Wednesday night.

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Spreading Her Message:


Holding her head and arm up high so that everyone could read her message, the 28-year-old proudly displayed those two powerful words while attending the premiere of her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard, who is a producer on the film. Wearing a one-shouldered black mini dress, Emily Ratajkowski at one point curled up her arm and gave off major Rosie the Riveter vibes. Prior to walking the red carpet, the model made her disappointment about the settlement known on her social media. "Today Harvey Weinstein and his former studio made a $25 million deal with his victims. Weinstein, accused of offenses ranging from sexual harassment to rape, won't have to admit wrongdoing or pay his own money," she captioned the photo first displaying her "f--- harvey" message. She added the hashtag, "No justice no peace."

She's Talked About Harvey Before:


Emily Ratajkowski has talked about Harvey Weinstein in the past, stating that “none of my female friends were shocked” by the allegations against him. "I think people need to wake up and realize there's something deeply disturbing [about the industry]. I think that there are a lot of power dynamics that have been deeply sown from the very beginning of the industry, where there are very small things that even as a woman you are so used to, that you don’t realize how wrong they are. But I hope the culture is changing," she said.

Weinstein Settlement:


As The Blast reported, Harvey Weinstein reached a tentative $25 million settlement with his accusers, which includes over 30 alleged sexual misconduct victims. The New York Times reports, the disgraced producer would not be required “to admit wrongdoing or pay anything to his accusers himself, according to lawyers involved in the negotiations.” Harvey Weinstein also isn't on the hook to pay the $25 million. That sum will reportedly be paid out by insurance companies representing his former studio, the Weinstein Company, and not him.

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