Chrissy Teigen Deserves To Be Forgiven. We All Do

Is it because she is beautiful and famous?

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I spent the last few hours getting up to speed on Chrissy Teigen’s fall from grace. As someone who has enjoyed her tweets and takes on life, I was shocked that she admits that she used to be a troll and acted hateful toward people on Twitter. I didn’t want to believe she did those things, not because she is…

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