In the past few weeks, after some of Chrissy Teigen’s previous tweets have resurfaced and exposed her history of cyberbullying, some brands have decided to terminate their business relationships with Chrissy Teigen. Chrissy remained silent on the matter, but it ended when she issued a lengthy apology on Monday.
As we are prior to According to reports, as early as May, Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s announced that they would end their business relationship with Chrissy after Chrissy’s old tweets about Courtney Stodden in 2011 and 2012 were exposed. Courtney was only 16 years old, and Chrissy’s tweet at the time suggested that she should commit suicide.
Chrissy has formally apologized for her past remarks on Twitter. Courtney said she accepted, but also admitted that Chrissy did not make an effort to apologize before the tweet reappeared.
On Monday, Chrissy shared a more detailed apology for the whole incident and said: “I have publicly apologized to one person, but there are others — and more than a few — I need to say sorry to them. I I’m contacting someone I’m insulting privately. It’s like my own version. My name is Earl! I know they might not want to talk to me. I don’t think I want to talk to me. (The truth of all this is that I can’t Accept the confrontation.) But if they do, I will be here, I will listen to what they have to say, and apologize by sobbing.”
Chrissy continued, “I’m a troll, full stop. I’m sorry. I want to go a little bit further here and think about the people I have hurt and the friends who have let me down.”
Read her Full statement the following:
As early as March, Chrissy made one go away From Twitter, before deactivating her account, she cited so many “2 Followers Counting Punches” on the platform as one of the reasons she left because she worked hard to stop negative emotions.
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TSR Staff: Jade Ashley @Jade_Ashley94