While once-celebrated Twitter personality Chrissy Teigen’s career and character have come under attack as cyberbullying claims continue to mount against her, the former model is living life like nothing’s changed.
When paparazzi caught up with the Cravings author and asked how she’s been coping with the backlash over her recently resurfaced mean tweets, she simply responded, “good,” reported TMZ, as she was heading into a building to do some arts-and-crafts projects.
Following rumors that Teigen has been secretly plotting a “tell-all” interview in the vein of Oprah Winfrey’s explosive chat with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the former model was also asked if she would sit down with one of her accusers, model Courtney Stodden, and hash it out.
Teigen insisted she had “no idea” about a potential chat with Winfrey and laughed off the idea of talking with Stodden — who recently came out as non-binary.
Teigen made headlines after then-teen bride Stodden accused the cookbook author of encouraging them to commit suicide in private messages.
“She wouldn’t just publicly tweet about wanting me to take ‘a dirt nap’ but would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself. Things like, ‘I can’t wait for you to die,’” Stodden alleged.
Teigen released a lengthy apology following the damning accusations, taking full responsibility for her past toxic behavior and for taking shots at celebs such as Stodden and Lindsay Lohan as well as for slut-shaming Teen Mom alum Farrah Abraham.
In her heartfelt apology, she revealed that her younger self thought she was being “cool and relatable” by trashing others online. Teigen added that she is not asking for “forgiveness” but for a chance to own up to her past mistakes and grow as a person.
"The world needs more kindness and love and I want to contribute to it," she wrote. "We are all more than our worst moments."
“Oh, my God, he’s been everything,” she told the photogs of how The Voice coach has helped her during her scandal. “My everything.”