Sebastian Bear-McClard is ‘begging’ Emily Ratajkowski for another chance

Last month, rumors started percolating in New York media circles about Emily Ratajkowski and Sebastian Bear-McClard. Emily and Sebastian have been married since early 2018, and they welcomed their son Sylvester in March 2021. Sebastian always gave off skeevy vibes and it turns out those vibes were dead-on. Sources close to Emily told Page Six that Sebastian cheated on Emily a lot and the whole situation was “gross.” They apparently separated maybe five weeks ago, something like that. Now Page Six has another update:

Emily Ratajkowski isn’t putting up with blurred lines. The model and actress reportedly split from her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard, 41, last month and was planning a divorce amid claims that the indie movie producer had cheated. And she’s apparently in no mood to forgive and forget.

“Sebastian is begging her to give him another chance,” a source close to Ratajkowski told Page Six this week. “That’s not going to happen because she did her own digging and discovered even more s–t he did behind her back.”

While she has yet to hire an attorney, Page Six is told the “Blurred Lines” video model does plan to file for divorce. And some friends are sad to see it end.

“What they had is really special. All of their friends loved watching them in the papers and in the headlines,” said one New York City society source. “They were just beautiful, but of course, the most beautiful relationships have these ugly endings. I don’t know what the truth is about Sebastian’s behavior, and I’m not defending him, but I know they’re both reeling. It’s so sad.”

The society source thought Ratajkowski and Bear-McClard were a perfect odd couple.

“They’re both different and they came together and it just worked. Everyone was really excited for them, they got married so fast, but they made sense,” the society source added. “I think people didn’t think Sebastian was good enough for Emily, but she understood [him]. She’s the ultimate woman, he’s a hunky man and they’re both really smart — Emily is really, really smart. She’s more than a model and he’s more than a movie producer.”

[From Page Six]

Who is this unnamed source hyping both Emily and Sebastian? No one thought Sebastian was a hunk or an artist. We thought he was some sketchball wreck who love-bombed Emily the second she got out of a long-term relationship. I hope this isn’t the beginning of a “why she took him back” narrative. Stay strong, Emily. Cut that loser out of your life.

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15 Responses to “Sebastian Bear-McClard is ‘begging’ Emily Ratajkowski for another chance”

  1. Cherry says:

    LOL @ “she’s the ultimate woman, he’s a hunky man and they’re both really smart — Emily is really, really smart. She’s more than a model and he’s more than a movie producer.”
    Uhm, no. No one here is ‘really smart’ and/or ‘more than’ whatever they actually are.
    Which is fine, by the way.

  2. Cherry says:

    LOL @ “She’s the ultimate woman, he’s a hunky man and they’re both really smart — Emily is really, really smart. She’s more than a model and he’s more than a movie producer”
    Uhm, no. No one here is ‘really smart’ and/or ‘more than’ whatever they actually are.
    Which is fine, by the way.

  3. Sasha says:

    I read her book ‘My Body’ and thought maybe there was a lot more to this guy than previously thought – but no, turns out he was that gross dude after all. I know there will be an uproar of “but how can any man cheat on THIS woman” but I guess most of us know it’s really not about the woman. Some people just can’t be satisfied and need to cheat. Sad for Emily but I hope she makes a better life for her and her adorable son.

    • Rebecca says:

      “on this woman”

      I may be wrong, but my gut tells me the opposite: the hotter the woman, the more superficial the interest she attracts tends to be . . . Idk. I wish I was surprised.

  4. Poppy says:

    Yeah, he has Hapsburg jaw. Hard pass

  5. Hannah says:

    Does anyone else get the sense is a stunt? For attention, clicks, staying relevant?

    • Both Sides Now says:

      No, why would they? The ultimate betrayal by your husband? No.

      As far as this NY society “source” needs to STFU! My gawd, “What they had is really special. All of their friends loved watching them in the papers and in the headlines,”

      Please, he cheated, she is dumping him and that’s it. Get over it! Emily is……

  6. Kebbie says:

    “All of their friends loved watching them in the papers and in the headlines” made me legitimately laugh out loud. What a bizarre thing to say.

    And hunky? 🤮 he is not attractive at all

    • Ceej says:

      If your “friends” think you should stay with a cheater because they liked reading about your relationship in the press…

      You need to get new friends.

      More likely, he’s the one saying that and her friends have rolled their eyes so far back they’ve gotten stuck.

  7. ThatsNotOkay says:

    Aaaaand this is Sebastian literally running to Page Six and planting this asinine story, calling himself a “hunk” and a “movie producer” and reiterating how “smart” he thinks he is and how “really, really smart” he thinks she is and how he loved being in the headlines–all in order to win her back. Nice strategy there, genius.

  8. J Ferber says:

    Say no, Emily. He proved who he is already.

  9. so says:

    Their kid is going to have HUGE lips.
    That’s all I have to say about those people.

  10. Kyle says:

    I’m quite apparently in the minority, but, if not for his supposed personality/bad behavior, I’d find him kinda adorable. haha

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