Emily Ratajkowski ‘Likes’ Series Of Tweets About Husband’s Alleged Cheating

Emily Ratajkowski
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Emily Ratajkowski has ‘liked’ a string of tweets addressing her split from husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.

Although the model hasn’t yet made any direct comment about the couple’s breakup reported by Page Six yesterday, she has acknowledged a number of tweets discussing the breakdown of their four-year marriage and her producer husband’s alleged adultery.

One tweet liked by Ratajkowski said: “Emrata finally free from that man just proves that god is actually very real.”

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“Girls, how are we celebrating Emrata’s divorce,” another read. 

Another she liked said: “can’t believe that little b**** cheated on Emrata”.

According to Page Six, Ratajkowski is leaving Bear-McClard because he allegedly cheated on her.

A source told them: “Yeah, he cheated. He’s a serial cheater. It’s gross. He’s a dog.”

Rumours of their breakup have been circling for some time. She was spotted without her wedding band earlier this month though his has remained on his finger.

Ratajkowski and the Uncut Gems producer got married in secret at a New York City courthouse in February 2018, only two weeks after it was confirmed they were dating.

She announced her pregnancy in October 2020 and the estranged couple welcomed their first child, Sylvester in March 2021. 

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Since news of the breakup surfaced, Ratajkowski has been spending ‘quality time’ with her father and this weekend shared a photo of her dad holding Sylvester, 1, who was covered head-to-toe in what looked to be blue paint.

Aged 21, Ratajkowski shot to fame after appearing nude in the music video for Robin Thicke’s 2013 track ‘Blurred Lines,’ which has amassed over 770 million views on YouTube.

In 2021 she released a book, ‘My Book,’ where she discussed the ‘dangers of being desired’ as a young woman in the modelling industry.

She told CNN: “I’ve found ways to carve out control where I can, and that’s been really helpful to me.

“The industry really teaches you that you’re replaceable, and that the less agreeable you are, the less likely you are to be hired.

“That felt very scary when I was a young model doing it for money. But the other thing is that I’m in a different position. Now, I’m not an unknown model.”

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Written by Cal Gaunt

Cal is a former content editor at IGV who specialised in writing trending and entertainment news. He previously worked as a news reporter at the Lancashire Telegraph and earned an NCTJ in Sports Journalism.