Chrissy Teigen Is The Latest Victim Of The Celebrity Fake Pregnancy Conspiracy — The Dark Side Of This Fan Theory
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Chrissy Teigen is the latest victim of a dark conspiracy that exists in the deepest corners of celebrity fandoms.
Avid fans of famous actors and musicians have many theories that range from the believable to the downright absurd.
We’ve seen accusations of PR manipulation, fake relationships or even alleged attempts to cover up romances between the stars – one such theory is rampant in the One Direction fandom, as despite the band breaking up in 2015, fans are still looking for clues that Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson are secretly dating.
But fake pregnancy theories are among the most cruel of these theories. Rooted in misogynistic notions that women use pregnancy to “catch” their partners, these theories paint women as liars and attempt to “expose” their pregnancies—even after their children are born.
Chrissy Teigen is one of the many celebrities accused of faking her pregnancy.
Teigen, who announced her pregnancy in early August after overcoming the devastating death of her newborn son in 2020, joins a list that includes Sophie Hunter, Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Meghan Markle and Amber Heard – it should be noted that Heard has never she did not claim they were pregnant, but critics are still trying to “prove” her daughter was born via surrogate.
The specifics vary from celebrity to celebrity, but the concept is basically the same.
In the case of Beyonce, Kardashian and Markle, conspiracy theorists believe they were wearing fake baby bumps. For Heard, they believe her one-year-old daughter was hired for publicity.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s wife has been accused of fake children.
For Sophie Hunter, fans believe that she “imprisoned” her husband with a fake pregnancy and babies that are actually dolls.
In 2020, Kaitlyn Tiffany, a writer for the Atlantic, spoke with a conspiracy theorist who ran a Tumblr blog about Hunter for years. The theorist, who went by only her first name, Patty, claims Hunter blackmailed Cumberbatch into staying in a “fake” marriage for years.
“Even if it’s just on Tumblr, I want her to know that she’s not going to get away with it,” Patty told the Atlantic. “I want her to know that someone knows what she’s doing.
Patty claims that “sources” have started contacting her with information about the couple. She also claims to know Hunter’s IP address and that she was a former escort and used drugs to control Cumberbatch.
“Every time I start to doubt it, one of my sources comes to me or something happens and it pulls me back in,” Patti told the Atlantic. “I just fell down a rabbit hole and I’m not quite out yet.
Another prominent figure in the celebrity gossip space is a lawyer and entertainment blogger who goes by Enty.
Since 2006, he has been running the Crazy Days and Nights tabloid website and regularly receives tips from his readers. He also produces a podcast with at least 20 episodes per month for his Patreon supporters.
Beyonce and Meghan Markle have been accused of using secret surrogates.
Enty also told The Atlantic some of his celebrity conspiracy theories. He said it was “pretty obvious” that Beyonce used a surrogate and said it “made no sense” that Markle allegedly had a baby when she was only two months pregnant.
While he has “no opinion” on Hunter and Cumberbatch’s first two children, he does find it odd that no one has reportedly seen their third child, Finn, who was born in 2019.
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Many of the celebrities involved in the conspiracy have outright denied the claims.
Beyonce called the rumors “stupid, ridiculous and false” through her publicist in October 2012. Kardashian also shot down false pregnancy claims by posting a pregnant nude photo on Instagram.
Cumberbatch also defended his family during the “scandal” while also criticizing the people who rubbished such claims.
“There are people who believe that my wife is a PR stunt and my child is a PR stunt,” Cumberbatch told Vanity Fair in October 2016.
“I think it really has to do with the idea that an ‘Internet friend’ can’t belong to anyone but the Internet. It is impossible for it to belong to anyone but me. And that is stalking. That’s what obsessive, deluded, really scary behavior is.’
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