Now leaving the Netflix series – 10-year-old tweets are Chrissy Teigen’s undoing

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A few weeks ago, lucrative advertising partners dropped out, now the model cancels a speaking role in “Never Have I Ever”. The reason for this are insulting tweets against Courtney Stodden.

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Chrissy Teigen shows herself on Instagram as a successful model and cookbook author, loving mother and wife. But ten years ago she wrote messages on Twitter that could now cost her reputation.

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In the past, the mother of two has massively bullied the American model Courtney Stodden.

In the past, the mother of two has massively bullied the American model Courtney Stodden.

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Teigen even advised her to commit suicide, as the 26-year-old revealed in an interview with “TMZ.com” a few weeks ago.

Teigen even advised her to commit suicide, as the 26-year-old revealed in an interview with “TMZ.com” a few weeks ago.

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  • Chrissy Teigen was to take on a voice actor role in the Netflix series “Never Have I Ever”. Now the cookbook author is leaving voluntarily.

  • In a recently published interview, US TV personality Courtney Stodden (26) spoke about the offensive comments she received from Teigen ten years ago on Twitter.

  • The 35-year-old apologized publicly to Stodden, but the after-effects of the bullying are clearly noticeable for Teigen.

  • The mother of two has already lost lucrative advertising partners.

The internet never forgets. A sentence that Chrissy Teigen is now more than clearly shown. Because old tweets from the mother of two are currently putting her career and reputation in a dangerous situation.

In the second season of the Netflix series “Never Have I Ever”, the 35-year-old should have played a voice actress role in one episode. But nothing will come of it now. As US media report in unison, Teigen was not fired, but is voluntarily withdrawing from his job. The reason for this are the persistent negative reactions to the insulting messages that she wrote on Twitter ten years ago and make her appear as a bully.

Cyber ​​bullying by Chrissy Teigen

The model paused her Twitter account for three weeks at the end of March because it received too many negative comments. “One thing I haven’t learned is how to block out the negativity. I’ve been deeply hurt over the years and I want you to never forget that your words count, ”said the wife of singer John Legend (42) on Twitter. One of the people who immediately pissed off this statement was Courtney Stodden. “When I saw Chrissy Teigen quit Twitter because of too much negativity and bullying, I just thought how hypocritical that is. I experienced so much harassment and bullying from them when I was only 16 years old, ”said the American TV star in a video released by TMZ.

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In an interview with the “Daily Beast”, the American goes up and explains that many years ago Chrissy Teigen gave her tweets like “I hate you” or even encouragement to commit suicide like “Go to sleep forever” and “I can hardly wait that you are dying ». As proof, Stodden, who caused a sensation at the age of 16 when she married actor Dough Hutchinson, then 51, posted the tweets from 2011 and 2012 on her social media channels. In the meantime, her posts have been deleted again.

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Teigen apologized

Chrissy Teigen responded promptly to the allegations and wrote: “Not many people are lucky enough to be held accountable to the whole world for their past crap. I am ashamed and sad about who I once was. I was an insecure, attention-seeking troll. I’m totally ashamed of my behavior, but that’s nothing compared to how I made Courtney feel. “

Courtney herself accepted the apology, but she cannot forget the matter. «I forgive her. But the truth remains the same, I’ve never heard of her or her people privately. In fact, she blocked me on Twitter, ”she wrote on Instagram to a screenshot showing Teigen’s blocked page. The model responded by stating that she had tried to contact Courtney privately, but that a public apology was just as appropriate. “I’m sorry, Courtney. I hope you can heal now that you know how sorry I am. ” However, the 26-year-old contradicts Chrissy and says she has not received a private message from her.

Advertising partners jump off

Despite the regrets, Teigen’s bullying tweets are currently endangering her career. In addition to the Netflix job, the department store chains “Bloomingdales” and “Macy’s” have now withdrawn their lucrative deals with the Celeb cookbook author. Their products – about a 14-piece cooking set for the equivalent of 360 francs – have been removed from the range.

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