After nine years of expressing hate for Donald Trump, Chrissy Teigen said that Donald Trump has finally barred her from seeing his tweets. Teigen said that the President blocked her after her tweet towards him saying "no one likes you." The social media powerhouse Teigen was referring to her July 23 comment to Trump's post about "Republicans doing very little to protect him." Teigen and her husband John Legend have been vocal for their dislikes to Trump, calling him a "national embarrassment," "proud-type of insane," and "a racist pig" on social media.

Teigen also said that she gets sick and depressed by the memes and jokes towards Trump.

Teigen has joined other users blocked by Trump

The "Lip Sync Battle" co-host was not the first Twitter user blocked by US president.Trump has more than 33 million followers on Twitter and has tweeted more than 30,000 times since he started his account in 2009. A group of blocked users filed a lawsuit charging the action as a violation of the "First Amendments rights." They argue that the account of Donald Trump serves as a public forum for American to keep up with public policy issues. Blocking users would make it illegal for the president since he is a public official.

Besides Chrissy Teigen, few celebrities were also blocked by the US President.The famous novelist Stephen King was also barred by Trump on Twitter after King tweeted something about the President's daughter, Ivanka Trump.

Former actress of "Star Trek: The Next Generation," Marina Sirtis was also removed by Trump from his view. Six minutes after her tweet about the President, "sending armies to war," Sirtis announced to the world that she was barred from seeing his tweets.

Donald Trump sued by blocked Twitter users

Twitter users who were blocked by the President went to court last Tuesday to file the lawsuit.

Lawyers for seven Twitter users charged in federal court papers saying that "Trump's action was unconstitutional." The group has already sent letters to the president and several aides asking to be unblocked. According to the group, they did not receive any response from the President and the White House.

According to the representative of the group Jamel Jaffer said, "Donald Trump's Twitter account has become an important source of news.

It can be a reliable source of information about the government" Jaffer also said that act of White House was unlawful when it allows the president to block some Twitter users just because they have disgraced the President.