Emily Ratajkowski Shows Off Her Unbelievable Curves In New Video That's Going Viral
Emily Ratajkowski can't stop breaking the Internet and driving traffic to her Instagram account. With more than 496,000 followers on her Inamorata Woman clothing line IG account and over 24 million on her personal Instagram account, Emily tends to go viral. Her clothing line is in-demand and her photos and videos attract attention. A new video that Emily shared on her Inamorata Woman account is going viral.
In the video, Emily's rescue dog Colombo is watching as Emily stands by an open door wearing her Inamorata Woman Neptune bikini bottoms. She captioned the cheeky picture with, "Colombo approved Neptune booty." The video is getting a lot of likes and praise from fans who can't get over Emily's unbelievable curves.
Emily shared a photo on her personal Instagram account where she was lounging on her sofa, drinking coffee without any clothes on.
You may see the video that Emily shared from her home below.
Emily lives in New York with her husband Sebastian Bear McClard and their dog Colombo. The happy couple is often seen walking Colombo around New York and now that the weather is changing, Emily's been wearing more layers outside as opposed to the bathing suits she models inside the house.
Emily shared a photo of herself and Sebastian walking Colombo as they were dressed appropriately for the fall weather. Emily credited Splash News photographer Elder Ordonez for the photo as she is currently in the midst of a potential legal situation for sharing a photo of herself in her Instagram story.
Emily Ratajkowski is facing a $150,000 lawsuit from a photographer named Robert O’Neil who says Emily shared one of his photos, captured of her in New York and didn't give him proper credit.
You may see a photo of Emily, Sebastian, and Colombo with the photographer's name credited below.
What do you think of Emily's latest photos and videos? Do you think she did the wrong thing by sharing the photo of herself on her Instagram story?
Stay tuned for more information on this developing story about the lawsuit involving Robert O'Neil and Emily Ratajkowski. Do you think celebrities should have the right to share photos of themselves online?