Emily Ratajkowski publicly denounced a forthcoming book of racy -- and, in some instances, naked -- photos of herself she says were published without permission.

The model called out photographer Jonathan Leder -- who is set to release a collector’s edition book full of suggestive Polaroids he shot of Ratajkowski back in 2012 -- on Twitter yesterday (November 30), saying he never sought her permission to use the pictures.

"I've been resisting speaking publicly on the recently released photos by Jonathan Leder to avoid giving him publicity. But I've had enough,” she wrote. "This book and the images within them are a violation...These photos being used w/out 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."

Ratajkowski says five of the shots were "used for what they were intended: an artful magazine shoot back in 2012,” but maintains Leder failed to ask the model if he could compile the rest for future use.

The $80 book, titled Leder/Ratajkowski, features 71 photos of the model, who appears both clothed and nude and is posed suggestively throughout the shoot, according to USA Today.

Ratajkowski returned to Twitter today (December 1) to clarify to naysayers that she hadn't signed a release form for the Polaroids, and hadn't been paid for her work, either.

Leder, meanwhile, has yet to respond to Ratajkowski's claims.

The photos will also be featured in an exhibit at New York City's Castor Gallery beginning on February 9, according to Imperial's official site.

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