Brad Pitt’s New Alleged $8M Worth Girlfriend Emily Ratajkowski Outs Herself as Amber Heard Supporter: “It’s getting even SCARIER to be a woman”

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Emily Ratajkowski, the alleged current girlfriend of renowned actor Brad Pitt, recently voiced support for Amber Heard. When it comes to the Fight Club alum, things have not been faring well as of late – with constant and tumultuous legal battles with ex-wife Angelina Jolie to account for. With speculations and rumors surrounding his love life, people recently got to know that the 58-years-old actor may be secretly dating supermodel Ratajkowski.

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The supermodel voiced support for Amber Heard

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When it comes to the supermodel, who has a net worth of $8 Million, Emily Ratajkowski has always embraced herself as a feminist advocate. In a recent TikTok, the model, actress, and author posted a 6-second clip of what she considers to be scary in the contemporary world. In her own words, the caption said, “it’s getting even SCARIER to be a woman.”


Emily Ratajkowski’s Stance On The Depp v. Heard Trial

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Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski

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In her TikTok video, Ratajkowski was seen lip-syncing to lyrics that said, “I’m not scared of lions and tigers and bears, but I’m scared of.” Following this, texts appear on the screen which say, “Roe v. Wade getting overturned, Harvey getting an appeal, Shia’s Redemption Tour, the way y’all dragged Amber and the precedent that court case set.”

Therefore, the supermodel has made her stance undoubtedly clear and declared unabashed support for Amber Heard. It is apparent that Ratajkowski is frustrated with people’s negative reception and mockery of Heard, which occurred during the defamation trial and after the verdict. Besides commenting on the Depp v. Heard matter, the supermodel also detailed other factors she seems to be scared of, especially as a woman.


Emily Ratajkowski Says It’s Getting Scarier To Be A Woman In 2022

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Emily Ratajkowski says it’s scarier to be a woman

Detailing other incidents which have scared her, Ratajkowski mentions the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court, which has opened the door for state control over access to abortion, how Harvey Weinstein, a former prominent Hollywood film producer who was convicted for various criminal sexual acts, was recently granted an appeal, and lastly, the supermodel referenced Shia LaBeouf, the Honey Boy actor who recently addressed his abuse allegations made by singer-songwriter FKA Twigs, who filed a lawsuit against LaBeouf on the grounds of “sexual battery, assault, and infliction of emotional distress.”

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When it comes to Shia LaBeouf, the actor has been seen appearing in several interviews, one after the other, which has been termed by the Daily Beast as his “Ugly, Misogynistic Redemption Tour.” It can be emphasized that supermodel Emily Ratajkowski is disturbed by such events, and hence, believes that it’s getting increasingly scary to be a woman.

While many have lauded the model for her stance, some grew wary and criticized her for showing support to Heard. Many, on Twitter, called this an attempt by the model to stay “relevant.” Supporters of Johnny Depp also accused the actress and model of not watching the trial properly and how jumping to haphazard conclusions is a “stupid” thing to do.
It is yet to be seen how supermodel Emily Ratajkowski responds to the growing criticisms against her.
Source: TikTok

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