Chrissy Teigen accidentally posts her email and gets bombarded with strangers' FaceTime calls
Chrissy Teigen just learned the hard way to never post private information on the internet.
The model took to Twitter last night to reveal that she had accidentally posed her email address on social media, which prompted a number of her fans to FaceTime her in hopes that she'd pick up.
Watch Chrissy Teigen cook from her cookbook, Cravings:
In a video shared to Twitter, Chrissy was alongside her mother, Vilailuck "Pepper" Teigen, and chatted with a fan called Ricardo on her laptop.
"Hi, Ricardo, nice to meet you. This is my mom,” Chrissy said. "Thanks for calling me!"
When Ricardo asked how the cookbook author was doing, she responded "We’re good, we’re about to eat dinner but just thought we’d answer one of these."
Before hanging up, Chrissy said "[It was] nice to meet you!"
After their short exchange, Ricardo told PEOPLE that he was "shocked [that] she answered" and "could not believe it was her".
Looking back on the conversation, the fan told the publication that if he could do anything differently, he would have "told her I loved her and her husband [singer, John Legend] and that he "would love to meet y’all one day".
"And to follow me on Twitter!" Ricardo joked.
And this isn't the first time that the model has accidentally shared her contact details. When a follower asked how celebrities handle incidents like this, Chrissy replied that it was "not as bad as when I published my phone number on my dog’s collar in my cookbook."