Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski has spoken once more about her role in the controversial video for ‘Blurred Lines’, the Robin Thicke single that helped her to stardom, calling it “the bane of my existence”.

In a new interview with InStyle magazine, the 24 year old said: “Anyone comes up to me about ‘Blurred Lines’, I’m like, ‘Are we seriously talking about a video from three years ago?’” Ratajkowski has since scored roles in Gone Girl and Zac Efron’s recent EDM flick We Are Your Friends, as well as a cameo in the Entourage movie in which she stars as herself.

Emily RatajkowskiEmily Ratajkowski at the 2015 MTV VMAs

She also said that it took the director, Diane Martel, to talk her into taking on her part in the video. Initially, she “wasn’t into the idea” of what it was communicating and that she thought she “came off as a bit annoyed” in the finished article.

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The model turned actress also spoke about the amount of nudity in the video, which was one of the other main controversies surrounding it. Ratajkowski appeared totally naked in the clip, with Thicke and collaborator Pharrell Williams cavorting around. Both the song and its video were accused of glorifying rape culture, with a number of clubs and university campuses banning it.

But she didn’t see the issue with her nudity, and is baffled as to why a “woman’s naked body is so controversial in our culture. My mum taught me to never apologize for my sexuality. My dad never made me feel embarrassed. I also don’t think I’ve ever had an awareness of my own body as being super-sexual. It was always just my body,” she continued.

Previously, the British star has said that she has to run and hide in the toilets if the song ever gets played while she’s in a bar or club.

‘Blurred Lines’ was also on the receiving end of an intellectual property lawsuit, with Thicke and Williams ordered by a judge earlier in 2015 to pay $7.4 million to the estate of Marvin Gaye because of its similarity to Gaye’s 1977 hit ‘Got To Give It Up’.

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