A hacker recently reached out to a columnist at the Daily Star with a link to over 200 photos of Ratajkowski that were stolen from her phone.
The reality personality wrote: "Last week, I was pondering along through life when I received a DM on Twitter".
"Turns out, it was a link to Emily Ratajkowski's iCloud pictures. This was private stuff, sent between two people".
The Celebrity Big Brother star slammed the man for sending the personal images and made it clear that she did not agree it was right for people to invade the privacy of others, whether they were celebrities or regular people.
MailOnline has ed a representative for Emily and is awaiting comment.
Ratajkowski, 25, shot to fame after starring in the video for Robin Thicke's hit "Blurred Lines" and has had her iCloud account compromised in the past, with private nude photos leaked in 2015.
She urged fans not to buy photographer Jonathan Leder's book of photos, Emily Ratajkowski: Collector's Edition, a year ago (16).
The explicit shoot was done in May 2012 and some of the pictures have been widely reproduced by media outlets and magazines. But I've had enough'.
Continuing: "To be clear: I signed no release & was not paid".
Meanwhile, Emily has been enjoying her time as New York Fashion Week and attended Jason Wu's 10th Anniversary Midnight Supper in a clingy black velvet midi dress.
The actress has posed in various states of undress in multiple photo shoots, which some might think means any photos of her naked are fair game, but considering she had control over how she displayed herself to the public in photo shoots and films, if someone were to leak these photos, her control would be removed completely.