Chrissy Teigen calls Ben Affleck and Matthew Perry 'creepy and desperate' for chatting to young women on dating app Raya
CHRISSY Teigen has branded Matthew Perry and Ben Affleck "creepy and "desperate" for messaging younger women on dating apps.
Both actors have been exposed in recent weeks for their antics on the exclusive celebrity dating app Raya.
Chrissy slammed the stars for their "creepy video replies" but also called the women "tacky" for leaking the private messages.
The model tweeted: "I agree celebs shouldn't be making these creepy desperate video replies on raya but it's tacky to release private messages.
"Ya both wrong, congrats."
This week, Matthew, 51, was called out for his Facetime with TikTok user Kate Haralson, who was just 19 when they matched in May 2020.
Kate told Page Six that she met Matthew on membership-based, social network app Raya when she was a teenager last May.
She alleges the actor – who got engaged to Molly Hurwitz in November -requested they moved their conversations to FaceTime almost immediately after they began talking.
The personal assistant, who is based in Los Angeles, said she had matched with other celebrities but had never spoken "to older guys" before.
Kate decided to chat with the actor because she would it would "be funny" and said she "thought nothing of it".
While on the call, Haralson claims Perry began a game of 20 Questions, asking questions back and forth to get to know each other better.
While none of the questions were sexual, she said she felt uncomfortable at times as Matthew seemed unbothered by her age.
"I don't think he minded that," she said. "It kind of felt weird talking to someone my dad’s age and it just felt not right, especially when he knew how young I was.”
The blonde PA said the actor asked if he was old enough to be "her dad", before laughing off the awkward moment.
Video footage of the conversation was taken by a friend watching on from the background, which was then posted to TikTok this week.
The pair never met up in person, though it was alleged he told the then teen she could "come over", but Kate said she took it as a "harmless joke".
Ben Affleck, meanwhile, went viral earlier this month after he sent a woman a video on Instagram asking why she unmatched him.
Nivine Jay believed the Oscar-winner's profile was "fake" so promptly turned down his advances.
However, it turns out Ben's account was real as she shared his video message in a hilarious TikTok that has been viewed over a million times.
"Thinking of the time I matched with Ben Affleck on raya and thought it was fake so I unmatched him and he sent me a video on instagram," she wrote, along with four skull emojis.
After striking a series of poses, Nivine then inserted the video Ben, 48, allegedly sent her which saw him in a red T-shirt attempting to confirm his identity.
The Justice League actor asked her: "Nivine, why did you unmatch me? It's me!" before he ended the video with a grin.
Raya is an uber-exclusive dating app for the rich and famous with a waiting list of more than 100,000.
Its roll-call of users is like a Who’s Who of today’s A-listers — Cara Delevingne, Paul Mescal, Lewis Capaldi, and even Adele have all been linked to the site.
But being famous isn’t enough to grant you access. Like a private members’ club, there is a strict vetting system — only eight per cent of applicants are successful.
And while we don't know when the alleged exchange happened between the pair, Ben was recently linked to his ex Jennifer Lopez.
A close pal claimed that JLo has "always been friends" with ex Ben, confirming the pair have hung out together following her split with Alex "A-Rod" Rodriguez.
The I'm Real songstress, 51, has been spending time with her former partner and Gigli co-star since the break-up with her ex ballplayer fiancé, after rumors she couldn't trust him.
Despite them putting out a joint statement last month, which stated they were "better as friends," it was JLo who ended the relationship.
The Sun reported how Ben, 48, and JLo were "secretly hanging out at her LA home."
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