Chrissy Teigen hasn’t personally apologised for her prior online bullying, according to Courtney Stodden.
Teigen has not sought out them or their team since May, according to the 26-year-old, who exposed cruel old social media messages from the model, prompting a public apology from the model.
“I haven’t heard from her in a long time. Stodden told TMZ at a PETA event on Wednesday, “I have no idea what she’s talking about. I’m not sure; she’s never contacted my team. I never received any emails or anything like that.”
Stodden, who came out as non-binary in April and uses they/them pronouns, then gave Teigen some advice after she recently whined about being a member of the “cancel club” following her online bullying debacle.
“I have a message for her, and I think instead of whining about ‘cancel club,’ or whatever it is, I think you should go out, take part, and maybe do something with charities,” Stodden told TMZ.
“Take a step back. If she truly means what she says, do something anti-bullying. Get away of here. Make a move. And it really does help the spirit.”
Teigen’s representative did not respond to our request for comment right away.
Stodden said in May that the Sports Illustrated model had ordered them to kill themselves years ago, around the time Stodden rose to fame at the age of 16 after marrying a then-51-year-old Doug Hutchison.
“I’m sorry and extremely mortified at my behaviour, but that…is nothing compared to how I made Courtney feel,” Teigen, 35, said in a public apology.
“I have tried to communicate with Courtney privately but since I publicly fueled all of this, I want to also publicly apologise,” the cookbook author tweeted.
Courtney, please accept my heartfelt apologies. “Now that you know how terribly sorry I am, I hope you can heal.”
“I appreciate her apologies and forgive her, but the fact remains the same, I have never heard from her or her camp in private,” Stodden said in May. She even blocked me on Twitter.”
Teigen’s career was quickly impacted by the bullying allegations, and she ended up abandoning the Netflix show “Never Have I Ever” and declining a potential Bloomingdale’s cookware deal.