Inspire others Robin ThickeHer 2013 “Blurred lines” video catapulted Ratajkowski to new heights of fame. Which, naturally, was a mixed bag as debate ensued (mostly online) as to whether the video was misogynistic, and Ratajkowski became inextricably linked both to her unclothed performance and the controversy.

The video was then defended by her, who said that it was a fun project and she felt safe “being with many women I trust and like”.

It wasn’t until Ratajkowski learned that Thicke was expecting a baby with his fiancée April Love Geary and went to his Instagram, only to find out she appeared to be blocked, that it clicked into place: SheShe didn’t offend anyone, but she wrote that on the “Blurred Lines” set, she “had done nothing to offend.”He did what he was forbidden to.” She alleges that the singer was “a little drunk” on set and, while she was dancing “as ridiculously as possible,” she felt cold hands cupping her bare breasts from behind. Thicke, she says, “smiled a silly grin and stumbled forward with his eyes hidden behind his sunglasses,”

It was awkward to pause. Diane Martel, the director, asked if she was OK, and she recalls nodding, and maybe even smiling to insist she was alright. She was actually shocked, and she didn’t know what to do. What to do. The other girls on the set also didn’t respond “like she should have,” she says. They continued shooting.

A rep for Thicke did not return requests for comment when this anecdote from the book made news before its release. Martel backed up Ratajkowski’s account of being groped to the Sunday Times The U.K. Ratajkowski, however, clarified that Vanity Fair In October, she was not Moving forwardSo, it is. 

She said, “It was a bit strange for people to come up to my and tell me, ‘I’m glad you spoke out about Robin Thicke’.” And it was like “Well, that’s not true, I did not speak out.” That’s not what the message was. This wasn’t about telling my sexual assault story, because it’s not how I see it.

Elle added that she was really enjoying herself and the other part of it all is what makes this a worldview. Both are possible simultaneously.