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Chrissy Teigen deletes throat-grabbing Instagram video

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Chrissy Teigen posted a scary video of herself being mock-strangled by her husband, John Legend, on Christmas Day. The prank video – which looked more like the prelude to a snuff film – began with the model wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, reports the Inquisitr on Friday, Dec. 27. Then it moved on to his hands closing on her neck. She struggled, fought, and cried out for help.

It is not clear how the fake struggle ended, but the Instagram did not stay up long enough to ruin too many holiday celebrations, before Teigen came to her senses and pulled it. She was careful to delete all possible traces from her profile.

This is not the first time the model, who has appeared in Sports Illustrated, went a little too far in joking with her fans. Back in October she posted a too-intimate shot of herself blowing on fellow model Brooklyn Decker’s body. Instead of regrets, however, she declared herself happy with the photo. “My parents are proud,” she tweeted later.

And earlier, she described her problems with settling on one wedding gown. “Every time I went in [to Vera Wang] for a fitting, I couldn’t stop getting one,” Teigen said in an interview. Another picture or another dress? She wound up with three wedding dresses, all of which she wore. No one can doubt Chrissy Teigen has a sense of humor.


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