Chrissy Teigen is no stranger to controversy. Her outspoken nature, wide social media presence and past tweets have gotten her into a lot of trouble. Lately, she’s been feeling plenty of heat on Instagram. Now fans are calling out a holiday photo, claiming it was shopped.

Teigen is now being accused of ‘photoshopping’ her latest photo alongside her husband, John Legend. Chrissy was previously accused of normalizing plastic surgery recently. After that, Teigen found herself in troubled waters after posting a picture of herself taking a bath with her two young children.

Chrissy took to Instagram to post the pic which features her all dressed up in a sexy Mrs. Claus outfit with thigh high red socks, black heels, and even a pair of antlers. John went the more casual route with black pants to go along with a Christmas sweater. She captioned the snapshot with santa hats.

That being said, while some fans praised the photo, others were quick to accuse the model of using photoshop on herself. One follower wrote: “Doesn’t look like you,” while another said, “nice photoshop.” The comments kept pouring in as another person observed: “Chrissy not looking like Chrissy,” another added, “it looks like a totally different person. I’m confused.” Chrissy did not respond to any of the comments as of yet.

Earlier this year Chrissy was ripped for ‘bullying’ various young women in Hollywood. She has been a target of online scrutiny ever since. Teigen has felt many blows due to past behavior and tweets. She was dropped from many projects and her latest cookbook wasn’t exactly a hit compared to the first two.

You can check out the photo below and be the judge for yourself.

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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