Ratajkowski, of course, has always been outspoken about women's rights. The 28-year-old was famously arrested with friend Amy Schumer when they joined a demonstration in Washington last year to protest against Brett Kavanaugh following Christine Blasey Ford's public testimony, claiming she was assaulted by Kavanaugh in college.
Emily Ratajkowski has thoughts about Harvey Weinstein's reported settlement, which was revealed by the New York Times yesterday.
The disgraced former movie mogul, who has been accused of sexual misconduct and assault by over 30 women, and was looking at jail time, has reportedly reached a tentative $25 million settlement deal which would not require him to admit any wrongdoing or pay anything to his accusers himself.
In response to the pretty darn depressing news, model and activist Ratajkowski made her feelings clear, standing in solidarity with the Me Too movement as she attended the premiere of Adam Sandler's new film Uncut Gems with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.
While on the red carpet, Ratajkowski lifted up her left arm to reveal a temporary tattoo that simply said: 'F*** Harvey'.