Chrissy Teigen Went On A Blocking Spree And Deleted 60,000 Tweets Because She Was Being Harassed About Ghislaine Maxwell

July 15, 2020 / Posted by:

There was a blessed hot minute when Chrissy Teigen got her titty balls deflated and wasn’t tweeting like Jack Dorsey was paying her by the word. However, Chrissy’s back —with a vengeance. Only this time instead of creating tweets, she’s deleting them. According to E! Online, Chrissy “recently deleted over 60,000 tweets because she “cannot fucking STAND” the individuals who are using her tweets as alleged evidence of her connection to Epstein’s close associate Ghislaine Maxwell.” It seems Chrissy has been implicated in a QAnon Pizzagate type scandal and Chrissy’s Twitter has been inundated with trolls looking for evidence of pedophilia in her tweet history. 60,000 tweets. SIXTY-THOUSAND TWEETS! In this economy?!?!

When the QAnon gang gets going, the best course of action, obviously, is to send an embarrassing child in to defuse the situation. It’s what Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson did and look at them now! Soda cracker bones aside, they’ve all but cleared up their good name. However, in the absence of an embarrassing child, Chrissy has tapped into her own embarrassing inner-child to fight this fight herself. E! reports:

Internet users began to speculate about her alleged ties to Epstein and Maxwell when unsubstantiated claims suggested Teigen’s name was listed on a purported flight log for Epstein’s private plane. Tom Hanks has also been accused by online conspiracy theorists of taking Epstein’s jet to his island in the Caribbean, however, according to Reuters, there is no truth to the accusations. The news organization’s team of fact checkers combed through copies of the flight logs, which can be seen online, and could not find Hanks’ name or initials in the documents.

Teigen has never formally been accused of having any sort of involvement in the Epstein scandal.

On July 8, a Twitter user commented on Teigen’s post, “You’re on the flight log. #GislaineMaxwell #EpsteinIsland,” which prompted this response from the star: “if we wanna play with your lie just for fun, do you understand that if I were on the flight for the date of this ‘manifest’, I’d be a victim.”

As you can imagine, it was off to the races from there. With the help of Yashar Ali (he’s the writer who stuck his neck out for her by accusing Alison Roman of culturally appropriating a white British lady), Chrissy got down to the important work of taking the bait.

Apparently many of the tweets Chrissy deleted were tweets referencing the reality show Toddlers & Tiaras or Chrissy eating pizza like a slob. Which is at once extremely embarrassing (60,000!) and extremely unnecessary. Why, it’s almost as if Chrissy wants to be personally involved in the Ghislaine Maxwell Story (Maximum Peril, 2021).

Chrissy implied that she would quit Twitter if they don’t “do something about this *actually scary* harassment,” which I hope for her sake, isn’t *actually scarier* than some clearly unhinged Candace Owens wannabe screen-capping her ancient tweets expressing a love for pizza. Unless MAGA Melisa over here can find proof that Chrissy wasn’t at that Pizza Express in Woking with Prince Andrew, I wouldn’t take her threats all that seriously. Still, if she wants to quit Twitter, there is literally nothing stopping her.

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