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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Chrissy Teigen Makes An Apology For Her “Bullying”

Chrissy Teigen, the American model, came forth to make an apology for her past behavior. The 35-year-old model finally came out of her silence after staying dormant for a span of one month over all the platforms of social media. She made a post over Twitter to make the apology. The post stated that the television personality deeply regretted the things that she uttered in the past. 

Chrissy Teigen On Her Behavior

Chrissy Teigen had posted several tweets in the month of May as she made an apology to Courtney Stodden, the TV personality. Stodden had recently revealed that she was bullied and abused by Teigen online. Though the victim accepted her apology, she also stated that it could just be one of her attempts to undo the damage that was inflicted on her personal reputation. In her latest posts, Chrissy Teigen stated that she had been personally contacting all the people whom she had abused over the internet. The names of the victims were not revealed. 

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The mother of two, Luna Simone Stephens and Miles Theodore Stephens, accepted the fact that she was an absolute troll back then. She also claimed that there is no single excuse to act in the way she did. Chrissy Teigen then said “sorry.” The wife of the American singer, John Legend, wrote in detail about the things that led her to carry out the toxic behavior. She stated that she went on to mess with the celebrities because she thought it was “cool” to carry out such activities. And also that she was desperate for attention. But in reality, Chrissy Teigen revealed that the source of all that behavior was her immaturity and insecurity.

As for now, the model has 1.3 million followers over the social media platform, Twitter and on Instagram, she has 35 million followers.  In her apology, she also wrote that it had nothing to do with looking out for sympathy and that she was a different person now. She had changed after becoming a wife, a mother, and having attended therapy.   

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