Chrissy Teigen gets smeared for the second year in a row by Kitson’s ruthless holiday store display

Chrissy Teigen is getting publicly smeared by upscale West Hollywood boutique Kitson for the second year in a row on the heels of her massive cyber bullying scandal.  

Pictures show that the store’s 2021 holiday display includes images of the embattled Cravings founder with the word ‘CANCELLED’ stamped across her forehead, as well as media clippings of negative headlines prompted by ‘#SurvivingChrissyTeigen.’  

Every year the boutique — which was made famous by Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton in the 2000s — does a disparaging ‘People of the Year wall,’ which publicly calls out figures for being ‘hypocrites’ who Kitson feels ‘need to be held accountable for their actions.’ 

The business gave Teigen two slots this year because ‘there was so much media coverage of her being canceled,’ per their Instagram page. 

Holiday from hell: Pictures obtained by DailyMail.com show that the store’s 2021 holiday display includes images of the embattled Cravings founder with the word ‘CANCELLED’ stamped across her forehead, as well as media clippings of negative headlines prompted by ‘#SurvivingChrissyTeigen’

Under fire: Every year the boutique does a disparaging 'People of the Year wall,' which publicly calls out figures — mostly liberal-leaning — that they feel 'need to be held accountable for their actions,' with Teigen getting two slots for the 2021 season

Under fire: Every year the boutique does a disparaging ‘People of the Year wall,’ which publicly calls out figures — mostly liberal-leaning — that they feel ‘need to be held accountable for their actions,’ with Teigen getting two slots for the 2021 season

The Robertson Blvd storefront displayed two different posters of Chrissy with a photoshopped Santa hat, which dubbed her ‘cancelled’ and dragged her for various scandals this year.

Each poster of Teigen included collages of media headlines and clippings namely about her massive cyber bullying scandal which had indicted her as a member of the ‘cancel club’ following immense backlash and a loss of lucrative partnerships.   

‘#SurvivingChrissyTeigen’ — which was also plastered on one board — was a play on the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries, and the hashtag originated from a tweet from conservative commentator Candace Owens where she had branded her a ‘predator.’   

The other figures whose photos lined the glass windows included Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, President Joe Biden’s political advisor Jen Psaki and his son Hunter Biden, CNN correspondent Don Lemon and former President Barack Obama. 

'#SurvivingChrissyTeigen': '#SurvivingChrissyTeigen'  which was also plastered on one board was a play on the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries, and the hashtag originated from a tweet from conservative commentator Candace Owens where she had branded her a 'predator'

‘#SurvivingChrissyTeigen’: ‘#SurvivingChrissyTeigen’  which was also plastered on one board was a play on the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries, and the hashtag originated from a tweet from conservative commentator Candace Owens where she had branded her a ‘predator’

Ruthless: 'We gave Chrissy two slots this year as there was so much media coverage of her being canceled' Kitson's Instagram page read of the dual ego blow

Ruthless: ‘We gave Chrissy two slots this year as there was so much media coverage of her being canceled’ Kitson’s Instagram page read of the dual ego blow 

In opposition the store then had a poster for the ‘Heroes of 2021′ which paid tribute to the ’13 fallen service members who died in the Afghanistan attack’ while naming them and their rankings.

‘We Hope you like our annual Holiday windows. We gave Chrissy two slots this year as there was so much media coverage of her being canceled. Pass this along to whoever you wish as together we can make a difference 

‘Whenever you can support small business as small business is the backbone of the American Economy. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to all,’ the business’ Instagram read. 

 The store’s 2020 holiday display dragged Teigen and Hunter Biden as well, in addition to Alyssa Milano, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. 

White house admin: All the figures seen on the boutique's Robertson Blvd storefront were liberal political figures with the exception of Teigen; President Joe Biden's political advisor Jen Psaki pictured

White house admin: All the figures seen on the boutique’s Robertson Blvd storefront were liberal political figures with the exception of Teigen; President Joe Biden’s political advisor Jen Psaki pictured 

Tax the rich: The store plastered Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the windows as well and used a photo of her in her 'Tax the rich' dress from the Met Ball while calling her a hypocrite for her politics and the gala's cost of attendance

Tax the rich: The store plastered Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the windows as well and used a photo of her in her ‘Tax the rich’ dress from the Met Ball while calling her a hypocrite for her politics and the gala’s cost of attendance 

Dragging Don: Another image showed CNN correspondent Don Lemon with the store slamming him as a hypocrite for enjoying a Florida vacation after taking fired at the state for their COVID-19 response and lax mask laws

Dragging Don: Another image showed CNN correspondent Don Lemon with the store slamming him as a hypocrite for enjoying a Florida vacation after taking fired at the state for their COVID-19 response and lax mask laws 

Low blows: The business also included a snap of a photoshopped Hunter Biden shirtless and referenced his memoir where he wrote that he smoked 'anything that remotely resembled crack cocaine' — even Parmesan cheese

Low blows: The business also included a snap of a photoshopped Hunter Biden shirtless and referenced his memoir where he wrote that he smoked ‘anything that remotely resembled crack cocaine’ — even Parmesan cheese 

Last year Teigen was highlighted because the business accused her of ‘cheering on’ a blackmailer and then criticized her involvement in the Black Lives Matter movement, after she had offered $100,000 to bail protesters out of jail.  

Kitson claimed they were blackmailed by an unnamed blogger to donate $10,000 to a Black Lives Matter fund or face bad press which accused them of racism, and according to the business Teigen supported the blackmailer. 

The business is owned by a Canadian man named Fraser Ross, who had previously told Breitbart in 2020 that he was ‘neither Democrat or Republican’ and that the windows were simply ‘just stating what’s affecting small businesses,’ during the COVID-19 pandemic.    

‘I didn’t see one celebrity come and help do clean up [after the BLM riots]. They stayed in their houses and watched TV. We need to out these celebrities,’ Ross continued to say.   

Kitson's owner: The business is owned by a Canadian man named Fraser Ross, who had previously told Breitbart in 2020 that he was 'neither Democrat or Republican' and that the windows were simply 'just stating what's affecting small businesses,' during the COVID-19 pandemic; pictured May 2005

Kitson’s owner: The business is owned by a Canadian man named Fraser Ross, who had previously told Breitbart in 2020 that he was ‘neither Democrat or Republican’ and that the windows were simply ‘just stating what’s affecting small businesses,’ during the COVID-19 pandemic; pictured May 2005

This year: Kitson's instagram page had teased their windows on Sunday as they wrote 'We hope you will like Kitson’s annual holiday fable windows' and spoke about Biden and Teigen as 'two repeat characters'

This year: Kitson’s instagram page had teased their windows on Sunday as they wrote ‘We hope you will like Kitson’s annual holiday fable windows’ and spoke about Biden and Teigen as ‘two repeat characters’

 A spokesperson from Kitson had also told Yahoo Life that year that their ‘People of the Year wall’ was ‘not edgy’ adding: ‘it’s the truth and it’s news.’ ‘People can take it or leave it. Someone has to stand up for small businesses.’  

Politics aside, Teigen was reportedly given two slots for her cyber-bullying scandal where she had notoriously told non-binary former teen bride Courtney Stodden to ‘kill themselves’ called Teen Mom Farrah Abraham a ‘wh**e,’ and additionally insinuated that Lindsay Lohan slit her wrists.

The Chrissy’s Court star also called actress Quvenzhané Wallis ‘cocky’ when she was just nine, prompting more outrage and had also been accused of bullying a Project Runway designer named Michael Costello in 2014.

Following the backlash for the resurfaced tweets that spanned over a decade she tweeted: ‘Not a lot of people are lucky enough to be held accountable for all their past bulls**t in front of the entire world. I’m mortified and sad at who I used to be,’ she said in an excerpt as she called herself and ‘insecure attention seeking troll.’ 

More controversy: Most recently Teigen came under fire for hosting a Squid Games themed party where the internet brandished her as ' tone deaf' to have her 'rich friends' dress at the debt-ridden characters from the hit Netflix show

More controversy: Most recently Teigen came under fire for hosting a Squid Games themed party where the internet brandished her as ‘ tone deaf’ to have her ‘rich friends’ dress at the debt-ridden characters from the hit Netflix show 

Never-ending drama: This week she faced more backlash for getting an eyebrow transplant after confessing she had over plucked her brows with people saying she had 'too much money' to spend on frivolous beauty procedures when people were 'struggling to pay their bills'

Never-ending drama: This week she faced more backlash for getting an eyebrow transplant after confessing she had over plucked her brows with people saying she had ‘too much money’ to spend on frivolous beauty procedures when people were ‘struggling to pay their bills’

 Later she penned a public apology via Medium, but prior to that her Cravings line of cookware had been dropped from Macy’s and it was also said that a huge deal with Bloomingdale’s fell through.

Target had also stopped carrying her line, though it was reported they had come to an agreement in December before the twitter fiasco came to light. 

Last week Teigen came under fire for hosting a Squid Games themed party where the internet brandished her as ‘tone deaf’ to have her ‘rich friends’ dress at the debt-ridden characters from the hit Netflix show. 

And this week she faced more backlash for getting an eyebrow transplant after confessing she had over plucked her brows with people saying she had ‘too much money’ to spend on frivolous beauty procedures when people were ‘struggling to pay their bills.’  

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk

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