Chrissy Teigen has called out a man who allegedly took a photograph of her "salami nipples" while she was pumping her breasts in her car on Monday (09.07.18).
The 32-year-old model was left fuming earlier this week when she caught a man creeping around her blacked-out vehicle while she was trying to prepare food for her one-month-old son Miles, whom she has with her husband John Legend, in private.
According to 'Entertainment Tonight', the brunette beauty wrote in a since-deleted post on Twitter on Tuesday (10.07.18): "To the man who took photos into our car as I was topless and pumping you can go f**k yourself if you sell them. If I wanted to show you my salami nipples I'd show you my salami nipples on my own doing! (sic)"
And, although she's an advocate for breastfeeding and regularly uploads her own photos of her nursing her baby online, Chrissy has admitted she's not bothered about pictures of her pumping surfacing online, she's annoyed it was done without permission.
She said in response to a fan who asked her to upload a shot of her pumping: "Oh I am definitely happy to! It's most of my day just so creepy to be sitting in a car, dark out, and see flashes and a dude (sic)"
Her outburst came just days after she was forced to defend herself when fans accused her of over-sharing on social media when she uploaded a nursing picture on Instagram.
Chrissy - who also has two-year-old daughter Luna with John - was initially angered by the reaction of one Twitter user, who wrote: "Christ in a hand basket.
"Menstruating, childbirth and sex are natural, too, but that doesn't mean I want to see pics of it and/or celebrities like @chrissyteigen taking a bath or nursing. We get it. (sic)"
In response, Chrissy said: "I don't care to see grainy fireworks, coachella selfies or infinity pool pics but i let people live. calm your t**s and scroll on by. (sic)"