Chrissy Teigen has come under FIRE online after controversial tweets surface

Chrissy Teigen is the latest celebrity to have been called out for their online behaviour, after offensive tweets from back in 2010 and 2011 surfaced which reference self-harm, Lindsey Lohan and trans people.

The tweets have been met with outrage on the internet, with Twitter users getting the hashtag #ChrissyTeigenIsOverParty trending almost instantaneously.

The comments are from eight or nine years ago, but they reference the appearances of celebrities such as Mariah Carey, Lady Gaga and in particular Lindsay Lohan. 

They are especially distasteful regarding the trans community, one of her tweets references Tyra Banks' talent search show America's Next Top Model;

"God. Can we just come out and call the freakin show ‘americas next top tranny’ because this shit has been transtastic for the past 5 years."

Another tweet references self-harm:

The word 'tranny' is used often on her account back in 2010 and 2011. The social media personality is half-Thai, and speaks about the perception of her country in terms of the trans community:

There are some more upsetting ones regarding slut-shaming sexually promiscuous women:

The mother-of-two has yet to comment on the matter, but we're sure she must regret allowing her old, harmful tweets to remain on her account.

The model has become a major social media personality for her humorous remarks about Donald Trump, and down-to-earth nature regarding parenting.

Time will tell how her fans will handle this recent news.

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