Courtney Stodden Shockingly Reveals Whether Chrissy Teigen Has Them Blocked On Social Media After Bullying Scandal
Less than a year after Chrissy Teigen's malicious messages to then-teen Courtney Stodden resurfaced, the young model discovered they are still blocked by John Legend's wife on Twitter.
“I haven’t checked, but I don’t think [I’m unblocked]," Stodden said on a Zoom call with Page Six while checking the social media platform for Teigen's account. "Yeah, I’m not seeing she has a Twitter, so maybe she has one and I’m just blocked from it?"
The singer, who identifies as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, then confirmed to the publication: "Yeah, no, I don’t see anything."
Teigen is very active on her social media platforms and last liked a Twitter post on April 7. The TV personality last tweeted on March 29.
Meanwhile, it's clear Stodden doesn't have access to anything the 36-year-old shares on the app given her page doesn't show up for them, meaning the blonde babe wasn't able to directly see Teigen's public apology last year for her past offensive comments lodged at Stodden.
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(The non-binary model came forward last Spring accusing Teigen of bullying them back in 2011.)
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Despite Teigen addressing the cyberbully scandal last June — with her acknowledging the "awful (awful, awful) tweets" and admitting she's "truly ashamed of them" — the model continued to come under fire, with celeb pals turning on her and business deals falling through over the ordeal.
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"I was speaking on this maybe for a few years before [Teigen apologized]," Stodden continued to dish hinting that a personal apology to them rather than public declaration would've been more effective. "I wish that she maybe could have apologized to me, like she said she did."
Though Teigen — who also admitted to being an "attention seeking troll" at the time — alleged in her June apology that she tried contacting Stodden directly, they "never got anything," the Celebrity Big Brother U.K. alum claimed. "So, I didn’t feel touched, let’s say, by the apology … I didn’t get one other than on social media, which felt like she was apologizing to everybody else, but I was blocked."
Teigen's merciless messages started in 2011 after they, who was 16 years old at the time, married now-ex-husband Doug Hutchison, who was 36 years their senior. Apart from Stodden claiming Teigen told them her fantasy was to see them take a "dirt nap" and “go. to. sleep. Forever," the mother-of-two once went so far as to privately DM them: "I can’t wait for you to die."