Chrissy Teigen blasted angrily at the accusation on social media that she and her daughter are part of the debunked Pizzagate pedophile ring conspiracy theory.
“Alright. I debated saying something about this, but I’m pretty disturbed over here,” Chrissy Teigen, 32, tweeted on Dec. 30.
Liz Crokin accused Chrissy of placing Luna in the world of “Pizzagate,” a conspiracy theory that claims a Hillary Clinton – linked pizzeria called Comet Ping Pong is a front for a pedophile ring.
Earlier in the week, Conkin tweeted photos to her some 50,000 followers of Teigen’s 1-year-old daughter, Luna, dressed as Alice in Wonderland, a hot dog, and a pineapple, suggesting that the couple is somehow involved in the human trafficking ring.
Teigen continued, “…apparently dressing my daughter as Alice in Wonderland and a hot dog and having a pizza emoji on Snapchat has to do with pizzagate and being uhhhh darksided. Holy shit That thread is wild. Enjoy.”
“Yeah yeah it’s “just Twitter” but I’m pretty sure this *sick* person is saying we are darksided pizzagate pedophiles who traffic our daughter. Ummmmm this is really scary shit” she tweeted.
“But if I dressed Luna up as Alice, wouldn’t I be on their side and “following the white rabbit”?? Why would I post it? What does a hot dog symbolize? Why would I willingly choose a pizza if I were in a secret pizza cult? Why am I trying to even make sense of this still, please… ” Teigen wrote.
Teigen demanded an apology.
That’s when her husband John Legend got involved.
Even Chelsea Clinton got involved.
Teigen was also successful at getting her arch-nemesis ‘unverified’ on Twitter.
“Twitter just unverified by account, thanks to @ChrissyTeigen,” Liz tweeted on Dec. 30. “That’s OK cuz I care more about saving kids than I do about a blue checkmark!” So it goes.