Among the Twitter posts that the 31-year-old model likes following her alleged split from her husband reads, 'Can't believe that little b***h cheated on emrata.'

AceShowbiz - Emily Ratajkowski has seemingly confirmed her split from Sebastian Bear-McClard. The "Gone Girl" actress, who is reportedly planning to file for divorce from her husband, was recently caught liking some shady tweets about his alleged cheating.

"Can't believe that little b***h cheated on emrata," so read one of the posts. The model also tossed a like to a tweet that read, "Girls, how are we celebrating Emrata's divorce." Another tweet stated, "emrata finally free from that man just proves that god is actually very real."

Rumors about Emily and Sebastian's split first emerged on July 14. When taking a stroll around New York City with the couple's 1-year-old son Sylvester Apollo Bear, she was spotted without her wedding ring. The movie producer, on the other hand, was still wearing his band on Wednesday during an outing.

Fueling the breakup speculations was social media influencer and comedian Claudia Oshry a.k.a. @girlwithnojob. Noting that there has been chatter about the two parting ways due to his affair, Claudia added, "That's kind of like what's happening with Emily Ratajkowski."

"It's, like, known that her husband has cheated on her and they’re filing for divorce, but literally, I went to make it an [Instagram] Story today, and it's not been written up, so I'm like, how do I know this? Like, everyone just knows it," the 28-year-old continued. "When the inevitable Instagram post or PR statement comes out, we won't be that surprised."

A source close to the 31-year-old beauty then told Page Six, "Yeah, he cheated." The insider added, "He's a serial cheater. It's gross. He's a dog."

Meanwhile, a separate source informed PEOPLE, "They split recently. It was Em's decision. She is doing okay." The informant went on to claim, "She is strong and focused on her son. She loves being a mom."

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