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How 'kind' Chrissy Teigen became the queen of mean

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Chrissy Teigen’s online bullying has finally caught up with her, causing her to lose fans and brands. (PHOTO: Gallo Images / Getty Images)
Chrissy Teigen’s online bullying has finally caught up with her, causing her to lose fans and brands. (PHOTO: Gallo Images / Getty Images)

For years she served as the world’s canceller-in-chief, laying into people she believed needed a telling off and leading the charge on social media.

Now Chrissy Teigen – or the queen of mean, as she’s being called – is getting a taste of her own medicine as she finds herself being “cancelled” by retailers, fans and fellow celebrities. 

And her response has been to own it.

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