Chrissy Teigen looked hardly recognizable in her first outing since her past mean girl tweets came back to bite her in the butt.
The 35-year-old star headed to the happiest place on Earth over the weekend following her cyber-bulling scandal and tried blending in with the crowd.
Despite wearing a baseball cap, a face mask, and loose-fitting clothing to hide her famous supermodel curves, paparazzi caught the controversial personality at Disneyland in Anaheim, CA on Saturday.
Rocking a Los Angeles Dodgers hat, a pair of black leggings, and an oversized denim jacket, Chrissy kept her hair pulled up in a low bun and a sweatshirt tried around her waist.
Wearing white sneakers, John Legend's wife kept to herself with security flanked all around her.
The star seemed in good spirits despite the controversy surrounding her.
In her first photos since the scandal broke, Chrissy was photographed enjoying the scenery and attempting to forget the controversy for her son, Miles' 3rd birthday.
The model was seen with her famous singer husband, their two children -- Luna, 4, and Miles -- and the couple's two friends.
Despite attempting to go incognito, fans immediately recognized the model, the Grammy winner, and their children but kept their distance from the stars.
As Radar reported, Twitter raged a war on Chrissy Teigen after several of her past tweets were exposed.
Courtney Stodden -- known for marrying Doug Hutchison at age 16 -- recently came forward alleging Chrissy urged the young star to kill themself.
Stodden, now 26 years old, came out as non-binary last month and said their new pronouns are they/them/their.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, they alleged Teigen once tweeted, "My Friday fantasy: you. dirt nap. mmmmmm baby."
They also said the model tweeted at them, "go. to sleep. forever."
"She wouldn't just publicly tweet about wanting me to take 'a dirt nap' but would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself. Things like, 'I can't wait for you to die,'" Courtney alleged during the interview.
In March, Stodden took matters into her own hands and called out Chrissy publicly.
"This video is definitely calling out Chrissy Teigen. She stalked me. She harassed me. She bullied me," Stodden said in the Instagram clip. "And keep in mind, I was a minor. I was 16 and 17 during her period of bullying me and hating on me."
Chrissy has since issued a public apology on Twitter to Courtney, saying she's "lucky enough to be held accountable."
She also revealed she's "ashamed and embarrassed" of her actions.
Since Courtney's accusations, even more of Chrissy's cyber-bullying tweets have come to light.