Margot Robbie’s back was shredded while filming a particularly rigorous episode, although she has been in some unforgettable sex scenes over the years, including a recent orgy one.
So racy was Margot Robbie’s sex scene that she suffered “a million cuts” to her back
Margot, 32, was hurt during production of the dark comedy The Wolf of Wall Street (2013).
The team was left gaping after the Australian beauty said the racy episode had left her with “a million cuts” on her back.
After a particularly steamy sex scene, Margot Robbie was left looking like she’d been “whipped a million times.”
She had a remarkable moment where she and Leonardo DiCaprio are frolicking on a mountain of cash.
It was “not as glamorous as it seems,” the blonde bombshell said, nevertheless.
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When asked about the money, she told the Daily Beast, “I got a million paper cuts on my back from all that money! It’s not as glamorous as it sounds.”
“If anyone is ever planning on having sex on top of a pile of cash: don’t.”
Margot, all of 23, played Naomi LaPaglia, the second wife of Wall Street trader and all-around debauched womanizer and drug taker Jordan Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio.
Big shot Belford lasted exactly eleven seconds with Margot’s persona in the incident.
The crew was taken aback when director Martin Scorsese abruptly called cut.
To elaborate, Margot said, Maybe real money is a bit softer, but the fake money is like paper, and when I got up off the bed, I turned around to get my robe and everyone gasped.”
Adrenaline had apparently covered the star’s discomfort, and now she was perplexed as to why others were examining her so closely.
She claimed people shouted at her, “You look like you’ve been whipped a million times. Your back is covered in a thousand red scratches.”
Some sort of digital magic was probably used to make the marks invisible in the final cut.
To everyone’s relief, Margot reported that the wounds closed up after a few days. Yet, many people are sure to remember the scene for a very long time.