Almost three years ago, the high priestess of the Pizzagate/QAnon lunacy, Liz Crokin, burst from the darker reaches of the tubes onto the celebrity pages when she falsely accused supermodel Chrissy Teigen and her husband, singer John Legend, of being pedophiles. Her extraordinary evidence for her extraordinary claim? The Legends dressed their daughter as a hot dog. To Crokin’s mind, it was proof positive that Teigen and Legend were part and parcel of the massive pedophile ring encompassing everyone who was everyone in the Democratic Party and Hollywood.
Teigen and Legend didn’t take this lying down, and threatened a lawsuit. The furor ultimately led to Crokin being stripped of her “verified” status on Twitter, and appeared to start a chain of events that resulted in Crokin being booted from Twitter altogether a year later.
Since then, Crokin has used her Instagram feed as her main outlet for her ravings about those supposedly sick and evil people out to get our children. For much of that time, she has openly wondered why Teigen and Legend haven’t followed through on their legal threats.
Apparently she forgets that celebrities of Teigen and Legend’s stature have the money to hire lawyers whose approach to defending their clients is akin to a slow-motion strangulation. For all Crokin knows, the Legends’ legal team could be amassing enough evidence to make her regret having “Chrissy Teigen” ever pass from her lips–or rather, her keyboard. Then again, if Crokin really is telling the truth, why is she wondering why she hasn’t been served yet?
With this in mind, it’s pretty hard to understand why Crokin potentially invited more legal hurt on herself by uncorking yet another smear at Teigen.
As it turns out, this is a case of two potential incidents of libel for the price of one. For some time, Chandler has become one of the primary targets of those who “trust the plan.” According to Snopes, the object of their ire is a miscaptioned picture that purports to show Chandler alongside Bill Clinton in Jeffrey Epstein’s plane. In truth, the picture was taken in 2006, and shows Clinton alongside a girl named “Rachel” aboard the private plane of venture capitalist and Democratic megadonor Ron Burkle.
Flash ahead to 2017. A QAnon follower on 4chan got his or her hands on this picture and claimed it was Chandler accompanying Clinton to Epstein’s pedophile island. Ever since then, Chandler has been smeared as being one of Epstein’s main accomplices. The fact this picture was around for the online equivalent of an eternity before being linked to QAnon and Pizzagate should be enough by itself to call BS.
But if Chandler were in any way connected to Epstein, one person who would have almost certainly know about it would be Julie Brown of The Miami Herald. Brown, whose reporting may have been the biggest factor in Epstein being arrested earlier this summer, told Snopes that Chandler’s name never surfaced during her fisking of Epstein. Moreover, two people involved in the Epstein case for 12 years bluntly dismissed any suggestion that Chandler was tied to Epstein as “BS internet conspiracy shit.”
So in other words, Chandler, who now runs a modeling agency in New York, has once again been dragged into a rabbit hole not of her own making. Ironically, Chandler might have stronger grounds to sue Crokin and these other bottom feeders specifically because “Rachel Chandler” doesn’t demand the same headlines as “Chrissy Teigen.” After all, a good argument can be made that Chandler is a private person. Situations like this are why it’s easier for private people to win libel suits than public figures.
Crokin’s Instagram posts have given us a lot of reasons to wonder if Teigen and Legend are living rent-free in her head. Well, if there is any justice, Crokin will regret ever hearing the name “Chrissy Teigen.” And if there is any justice, she’ll regret joining in the smearing of Rachel Chandler as well.
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