MTO News has learned that Chrissy Teigen is facing more backlash over her past social media behavior. Yesterday John Legend's wife apologized for telling a then 16 year old reality star Courtney Stodden to commit suicide in 2011. In the apology, Chrissy admitted that she was an "insecure, attention-seeking troll."
Now, Chrissy is being called out again - this time for bullying actress Quvenzhané Wallis back in 2013, when Quvenzhané was just nine-years-old. It's the very same year that Chrissy called Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham a 'wh**e'.
Writer Clarkisha Kent brought up the incident in light of Chrissy's apology to Stodden. She wrote:
'Apologize to Quvenzhané Wallis as well... I hope this is the day you realize that some things come with their own punishment & that projecting your self-hate onto others isn't "quirky."'
So far neither Chrissy nor Quvenzhané has talked about the incident, but according to Clarkisha Kent Chrissy Teigen's bullying and bad behavior went far beyond Courtney Stodden.
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Chrissy is a model and television personality. She made her professional modeling debut in the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2010 and later appeared on the 50th anniversary cover alongside Nina Agdal and Lily Aldridge in 2014. She formerly appeared as a panelist on the syndicated daytime talk show FABLife (2015–2016). She co-hosts the musical competition series Lip Sync Battle (2015–present) with LL Cool J and serves as a judge on the comedy competition series Bring the Funny (2019–present). Teigen has also authored two cookbooks.