PIERS Morgan has branded Chrissy Teigen a "repulsive, hypocritical bully" who should be CANCELLED after her trolling confession.
The 56-year-old star did not hold back as he slammed the 35-year-old model following her public apology yesterday.
The US beauty, who is married to singer John Legend, posted the lengthy statement to her social media channels, where she admitted to trolling celebrities in the past after sick tweets re-emerged online.
She insisted that she had grown and changed over the years as she held her hands up to the nasty comments – but Piers does not think that this is enough.
Writing in his latest MailOnline column, the outspoken TV presenter ranted: "You revelled in fuelling cancel culture, and now you're getting cancelled yourself because it turned out you're worse than any of the people you trolled, and yes, I include Donald Trump in that.
"I don't like cancel culture, because in most cases the victims of it don't deserve to be cancelled.
"But in your case, it couldn't happen to a nastier hypocritical bully."
He branded Chrissy's apology "pathetic crocodile tears" as he recalled being targeted by the mother-of-two on social media himself.
Calling the star a "shameful and disgusting hypocrite", Piers revealed she'd called him a "s**t a**hole" on Twitter several years ago after he criticised Jennifer Aniston.
Taking aim, she went on at the time: "Please tell me you aren't TRULY this vile, I think you aren't this bad & have simply sold your soul for clicks. Which is even sadder than actually believing your garbage."
Piers also pointed out that Chrissy had often "led the charge" in cancelling other celebrities and even companies online – including trying to destroy a US gym firm for holding a fund-raising event for President Trump.
He added: "There's never been anything compassionate, empathetic or humane about Chrissy Teigen. Like so many of the famous woke brigade, her whole 'Be Kind!' shtick was a façade."
In her passionate statement, Chrissy told fans yesterday that she is "truly ashamed" of her “awful” past tweets and is working to apologise to all those she hurt.
Continuing, she wrote: "There is simply no excuse for my past horrible tweets. My targets didn’t deserve them. No one does."
Chrissy admitted she was a “troll” and an “a**hole” for sending nasty messages but insisted she’s “no longer the person who wrote those horrible things.”
The star had been accused of bullying Courtney Stodden, Lindsay Lohan, Demi Lovato, Lady Gaga, and more when her disturbing old tweets resurfaced online.
Amid the controversy, she was axed from her role on Netflix show Never Have I Ever, and The Sun also revealed that Chrissy's kitchen items had been removed from Target's website as well as Macy's and Bloomingdales.
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