Emily Ratajkowski slams photographer for publishing her nude photos without permission

Emily Ratajkowski is furious with a photographer who she says published nude photos of her without permission.

The model went after photographer Johnathan Leder after he announced he will be publishing a book consisting of naked Polaroids of her from a 2012 photo shoot. She claims she never gave him permission to release the pictures.

"This book and the images within them are a violation," the 25-year-old wrote on Twitter. "These photos being used [without] my permission is an example of exactly the opposite of what I stand for: women choosing when and how they want to share their sexuality and bodies."

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Ratajkowski, who shot to fame for appearing topless in Robin Thicke's infamous "Blurred Lines" music video in 2013, said she posed for the racy pictures for a magazine spread four years ago. She did not know that the unused pictures would become public.

"5 out of the now 100s of released photos were used for what they were intended: an artful magazine shoot back in 2012," she continued on Twitter without naming the publication the photos originally appeared in.

The book, which costs $80, describes Ratajkowski as "pure simmering sex appeal." The photos will also be featured at the Castor Gallery in New York City in February.

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A rep for Leder and Imperial Pictures did not return FOX411's request for comment.