Chrissy Teigen Called Out By Courtney Stodden After ‘Cancel Club’ Post, Accuses Teigen Of Playing The Victim
Ahead of Chrissy Teigen’s cyberbullying controversy, Courtney Stodden (who is nonbinary and uses “them” and “they” pronouns) called her out for bullying them when they were 16 and engaged to a 50-year-old man. They said Chrissy Teigen sent them DMs telling them to take their own life.
Shortly after Stodden’s claims, Teigen reportedly lost business deals and brand partnerships and became one of the latest celebrities at risk of getting “canceled.” In her public apology last month, she vowed to privately reach out to individuals who she bullied.
Then earlier this week, Teigen shared what she experienced mentally and emotionally amid the backlash. See her full post below.
Stodden first appeared to respond by posting a private message actor Jason Bigg sent her apologizing for bullying them in the past.
They added the caption,
“This is what a personal apology looks like. Everyone makes mistakes but not everyone takes real accountability. Jason, I felt this. I wish you love and immense success to you and your family @biggsjason“
They also shared a TikTok video of them in front of Teigen’s post followed by the words,
“Just be nice”
@courtneyastoddenJust be nice #fyp #fyp? #bully #bekind #mentalhealth #chrissyteigen? original sound – CourtneyStodden
They went on to tell TMZ that “cancel club” doesn’t exist, and accused Teigen of playing the victim. They said they’re “done with the games” and don’t want to give Teigen any more attention. Teigen also reportedly hasn’t apologized to Stodden directly and still has them blocked on social media.
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