Chrissy Teigen has concerns over her mental health while she languishes in the cancel club after she was accused of sending death threats. The victim in question, Courtney Stodden, has accused the reality star of sending death threats a decade back when she got married to Doug Hutchinson at the age of 16. Although Teigen did apologize for her actions in a couple of open letters, she has found herself in the cancel club due to her actions.
Chrissy Teigen Has Addressed Her Concerns About Cancel Culture
Since that debacle, Chrissy Teigen has lost major ad deals with major brands that carry her cookware. The host of Lip Sync Battle has also been unceremoniously removed from her voiceover gig with the series on Netflix that is titled Never Have I Ever after this. Ever since she has found herself in the Cancel Club, she has kept to herself with her social media profile largely inactive. Nonetheless, she did take to Instagram on the 14th of July to discuss her mental health and her state in isolation.
While putting up a caption for a picture, Chrissy Teigen stated that she doesn’t really know what to say- for her life has completely gone off track. She mentioned that it is really hard for her to pretend that everything seems to be going completely normal even when they aren’t.
As far as her mental state is concerned, the model has stated that her mind gets pretty depressed when she has to bind herself to her house- because going outside ‘sucks’. She believes that the best thing at this point would be to keep communicating with her followers on Instagram- just to get a modicum of sanity in her household.
Chrissy Teigen knows that there is no point whining about her present condition when she has done something wrong. Nonetheless, her eyes have been opened about the cancel club and the entire cancel culture- which, she believes, people can only understand once they are in it.