Emily Ratajkowski says school said she was ‘too sexy’ at 13 in grim incident

Emily Ratajkowski has said she was called "too sexy" when she was only 13 and that a male casting agent made an "inappropriate comment" about her while she was still at senior school.

The brunette beauty – who started modelling when she was 12 – has lifted the lid on her life in a new book of essays called My Body.

According to The Sun, Emily revealed that an agent who was flicking through her portfolio when she was younger said: "Now this is the look.

"This is how we know this girl gets f***ed."

The London-born star, 30, said she was embarrassed by the incident but that a female agent acted as if the remark was a good thing.

She also recounted how she was once sent home from a school dance because the people chaperoning the event thought that she looked "too sexy".

Recalling how she started to become conscious of getting attention from men, she wrote: "I was a child. But somehow already an expert in detecting male desire, even if I didn't completely understand what to make of it."

The model and actress – who is married and has a baby son – has become a big name in recent years thanks to her stunning looks.

But she said that although she has built a platform by sharing images of herself, "in other, less overt ways, [she's] felt objectified and limited by [her] position in the world as a so-called sex symbol".

Gone Girl star Emily has been working on the collection of essays for some time, with the deal first announced in 2020.

She previously told British GQ that writing the book was "the one benefit of coronavirus that's been interesting".

Emily shot to global fame after she appeared in Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines music video in 2013, having just featured on the cover of erotic magazine treats!, which saw her post completely nude.

Since her popularity skyrocketed, it's now estimated that Emily is worth $8million (£5.9m).

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