CREEPY: Chrissy Tiegen Blocks ONE MILLION Twitter Users After Weird Tweets Exposed

( Supermodel Chrissy Teigen has had a full-on Twitter meltdown in the last week. The superstar deleted more than 60,000 tweets from her profile and even went as far as blocking one million other Twitter users in an attempt to shut down questions about some of the seriously creepy things she’s said in the past.

It comes as people ask her about any possible connections with the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Tiegen denies any connection to the man, despite people suggesting that flight logs show she flew to Little St. James, the island owned by Epstein, on his private jet. The island and plane are significant as they are understood to have been central to his pedophile sex and abuse ring.

Strange tweets published by Tiegen relating to the TV show “Toddlers & Tiaras” were also recently unearthed.

In one tweet from 2011, which Tiegen has since deleted, she said, “Seeing little girls do the splits half naked is just…I want to put myself in Jail.”

There were many other bizarre tweets just like this which prompted people to question whether Tiegen was hiding something about her personality.

After an onslaught of questions, she announced that she had blocked one million users on the platform using software known as a “blockchain.”

“I have block chained over one million people, ONE MILLION people today and I am still flooded with sick psychopaths,” she said. “So please, spare me the ‘just ignore them, they’re just trolls,” she said.

Tiegen said that the theories suggesting she is a secret pedophile with connections to Epstein have given her reason to be concerned about her family’s safety.

“This I don’t get,” she said. “Everyone thinking I’m guilty because I’m defensive. You understand you are calling me a pedophile, correct?”

At the time of writing this piece, Tiegen’s account is protected. That means only her followers can access and see her tweets. Given she has more than 13 million followers, however, it probably won’t make much difference.

If the questions continue, Tiegen said she may take legal action. She also suggested that if Twitter doesn’t do something about the abuse, she might leave the platform behind.

Everyone can understand the pain of being harassed, but people also have a lot of questions about those strange tweets. I wonder if she’ll ever explain what they mean?