Australian actress Margot Robbie is known for the films "Tarzan. Legend" and "suicide Squads" posed for the cover of the August Vanity Fair magazine. Journalist rich Cohen has criticized the cover of the magazine, which has actress.
The journalist described Robbie as 26-year-old beauty, but with many flaws. "She's tall, but only certain shoes," said Cohen. "She may be sexy, but only if you do not know its nature."
Cohen also described the homeland of Robbie. "Australia is America 50 years ago, which is an atavism, so there you go for degradation," he wrote. "They continue to live and die in one mass market in Adelaide and Sydney."
In an interview with Australian show "the Project", Robbie said that he does not understand these sexist remarks that attacked her ", "I remember thinking that it was really a weird interview. I don't know how this happens so I can get up and leave," she said. "And then when I read it. I thought it was really weird and why all this". The actress said she did not expect such a noise.
"I read a lot of articles, far more sexist, offensive, humiliating, disgusting things on a daily basis," said Robbie. "I don't know. Maybe I'm immune to him now."
Earlier this month, Cohen defended his article in an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald. "I was mostly joking," he said. "It must be funny."
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