Chrissy Teigen isn’t letting the trolls get her down.
“One: People in my comments that are mad that there’s not enough angry comments in my comments,” she said. “They think that I, like, delete them, but that’s next level hater – when you’re mad that there’s not enough hate.”
“You’re crazy,” she added.
Chrissy Teigen said she finds it ‘funny’ that people believe she deletes negative comments from her social media posts. (Getty Images)
Teigen is, of course, still facing backlash over a recent cyberbullying scandal that saw numerous past comments from the star that were derogatory toward other people be dug up and brought to light once again.
Stars like Courtney Stodden, Mariah Carey, Lindsay Lohan and more were all subject to Teigen’s trolling online. In recent months, it was Stodden’s recounting of the ordeal that brought the hammer down on Teigen with the Stodden claiming that Teigen suggested they commit suicide.
During her address on Instagram on Tuesday, Teigen said that the second thing she finds “funny” is the backlash she receives over comments she posts on other photos.
“If I leave a comment underneath somebody’s photo, even if it’s nice – ‘you look great,’ ‘I love this outfit.’ – people get all sorts of mad,” she explained. “Because I am alive.”
Chrissy Teigen (right) has been accused of cyberbullying a number of celebrities, including Courtney Stodden (left). (Getty Images)
Following the scandal – which saw her get “canceled” – the “Cravings” author revealed that she’s going to therapy multiple times each week.
In a caption on social media, the “Cravings” author, 35, talked about her anxiety as she tried to create a photo album on Instagram.
“Really struggled with which one to put first in the carousel, for truly so long that I realized I am happy I’m in twice weekly therapy and perhaps let’s bump it to three,” she joked at the time.
Fox News’ Jessica Naopli contributed to this report