Chrissy Teigen and John Legend go after Pizzagate accuser
On Saturday, Teigen and Legend took aim at alleged journalist Liz Crokin, who rounded up pictures of the couple’s 1-year-old daughter Luna dressed in several costumes, and suggested the child is part of the Pizzagate conspiracy.
The conspiracy claims high-powered elected officials, such as the Clintons, are part of a child-sex ring through a Washington, D.C. pizza restaurant.
In one of the shared photos Teigen, 32, used a pizza emoji.
“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 uhhh darksided,” Teigen wrote. “Holy sh-t. 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,” the supermodel added. “Ummmmm this is really scary sh-t.”
Crokin shot back, “What’s not OK is trafficking kids as sex slaves which is rampant in Hollywood. Why don’t you use your platform to educate people?”
Teigen and Legend then decided to get back up.
“Anyone know any good lawyers,” Teigen tweeted after Crokin claimed the couple socializes in circles with people who “rape, torture & trafficking kids.”
“You need to take my family’s name out of your mouth before you get sued,” Legend, 39, chimed in.
“Chrissy, sending you & beautiful Luna a huge hug,” Clinton tweeted. “It is awful & never ok when people threaten or demean any child. I’ve lost count of the Twitter accounts who’ve threatened Charlotte with #FGM (female genitalia mutilation). While I never bother to report threats against me, I now report every one against her.”
She added in a separate tweet to the fashionista, “It is never silly to worry about your kids. Always here to support you and your family in any way. I’m so sorry you’re dealing with this.”