Emily Ratajkowski may be leaving Hollywood for good.

Ratajkowski declared her retirement from acting in an interview with the Los Angeles Times published Thursday, citing a failed audition for the comedy ‘Triangle of Sadness’ in 2019 as a turning point.

“I didn’t feel like, ‘Oh, I’m an artist performing, and this is my outlet,'” the model said of her decision. “I felt like a piece of meat being judged, with people asking, ‘Does she have anything else besides her [breasts]?'”

Emily Ratajkowski said she was tired of trying to make herself “digestible to powerful men in Hollywood” and that she sacked her acting agent, commercial rep, and manager in early 2020.

“I didn’t believe them,” she admitted. “I told myself, ‘I can handle receiving phone calls.'” These judgments will be made by me. None of you are looking out for my best interests. And you all despise women.”

Ratajkowski made her film debut in 2014’s “Gone Girl,” playing Andie Fitzgerald, a student who is having an affair with married professor Nick Dunne, played by Ben Affleck.

Emily Ratajkowski

Emily Ratajkowski

Following her strong debut, she claimed her team immediately began looking for jobs that would help her establish herself as a “serious actress with longevity.” She later appeared in “We Are Your Friends” with Zac Efron and “I Feel Pretty” with Amy Schumer.

Nonetheless, box office success eluded Emily Ratajkowski. Her most recent notable performance was in the 2019 film “Lying and Stealing,” in which she co-starred with Theo James. In the case of “Triangle of Sadness,” the role she previously desired eventually went to Charlbi Dean, who died last year.

Since last fall, Emily Ratajkowski and her former husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard, have been entangled in a custody battle over their 2-year-old son, Sylvester Apollo. After approximately four years of marriage, the former couple divorced last year.

Variety reported allegations last week from several women accusing Bear-McClard, a film producer whose credits include “Good Time” and “Uncut Gems,” of s*xual assault.

Emily Ratajkowski has yet to respond publicly to the charges leveled against Bear-McClard. However, in an interview with the Los Angeles Times, she intimated that the breakdown of her marriage may have influenced her choice to leave acting.

“Perhaps that’s why I’m not particularly interested in men’s points of view right now,” she speculated. “Because they were deceptions.” And I don’t mean adultery. This is a broken world. Hollywood, for example, is messed up. It’s also dark.”