"It is honestly a miracle I haven't blown myself up," she said in response.
Chrissy Teigen found herself having to explain she was not on Jeffrey Epstein's flight log, once again.
As interest in the late, convicted sex offender has been renewed with the arrest of his longtime partner Ghislaine Maxwell, trolls descended upon social media on Wednesday to bring up the unfounded claim that the supermodel and her husband, John Legend, were part of Epstein's flight log.
"It is honestly a miracle I haven't blown myself up," she said in response to a since-deleted tweet claiming she was on Epstein's plane and is now playing the victim card.
Why. Do these people. Pretend. He wasn’t. Best friends. With Epstein. If you’re gonna take “them” down, why not him too? Why. Are they. So fucking. Stupid. My brain hurts. https://t.co/CTxrSZQe3t
As one troll pressed that she must have been flying around with the alleged pedophile, Teigen posted, "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."
Teigen appeared to lose her cool as a tweet accused her of being on the plane when she was 12, adding, "If she doesn't speak out about the activities that took place and who she saw then she is complicit."
"'even if you WERE 12 if you don't speak about what you saw....' OH MY GOD BRAIN WORMS, I WAS NOT. THERE. YOU ABSOLUTE MELTS," Teigen shot back, using a British slang term for someone acting pathetic.