Ruby Rose’s outspoken attitude on everything from gender fluidity to equal rights has made her a role model for many women.
So one magazine messed with the wrong person when they reportedly published semi-nude pictures of her after she asked them not to!
The Orange Is The New Black star Ruby Rose, 29, is furious after arts and lifestyle publication The Untitled Magazine ran photos of her in which you can see her nipple. According to Rose, the shoot is eight months old even accused the magazine – who used the photos in their current “Girl Power” issue which Rose is on the cover of – of selling the photos to other publications
The Aussie actress, model and DJ Ruby Rose has urged fans to boycott the latest issue of The Untitled Magazine in a long Instagram post.
She explained that while she is a supporter of the “free the nipple” movement, she did not approve for these revealing images to run in the magazine, which see’s Rose wearing a see-through black top with a black leather jacket over her shoulder.
“Imagine my shock to find that The Untitled magazine decided to publish images of me after we explained we wouldn’t be doing the shoot if I wasn’t appropriately covered,” she vented in a social media post.
“The difference with working with a friend and or choosing to use nudity for art/and someone taking the piss and exploiting you is two different things.”
“The interview made no sense 8 months on .. Please if you are a fan of mine boycott this issue. Or you are buying into greedy, exploitative propaganda. I have plenty of other shoots I’m proud of with professionals coming up its not needed in your collection,” she wrote.
Her Instagram post appeared alongside the photo of Rose with the iPhone delete option “Confirm Deletion?” positioned to cover her breasts.
However, Untitled magazine have hit back at claims Rose was unaware of the images. ‘I would like to point out that the photo shoot with Ruby Rose, which took place on April 13, 2015 and the interview which was completed on June 12, 2015 for the #GirlPower Issue of The Untitled Magazine were with full consent of the actress and her PR team,” according to a spokesperson.
They also added they had nothing to do with the images being sold to other titles: “’Regarding the leaked photos which Ruby claims we sold to another publication – which is entirely false and her PR team was fully aware of the fact and were the ones to alert us of the issue, which was not the responsibility of The Untitled Magazine but of the photographer’s agent.”