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“I Can’t Wait For You To Die”; Chrissy Teigen Responds To Accusations She Bullied 16YO

today14 May 2021

*T/W: suicide; reader discretion is advised.

Christine Diane Teigen, what were you thinking?

Courtney Stodden (who is nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns) has come forward to talk about their days as a former reality TV star. For those who may not remember Stodden, they made headlines after marrying 50-year-old acting coach Doug Hutchison (best known for his sadistic prison guard role in ‘The Green Mile’) in 2011 – when she was just 16. After news of their union made headlines, Stodden was the subject of intense ridicule, shaming and mockery, gaining the monicker “teen bride.” Now, if it wasn’t bad enough that host Anderson Cooper comparing them to a stripper on CNN, Stodden has revealed that Chrissy Teigen – cookbook author, model and mother to her and singer John Legend’s two kids – had bullied her on Twitter. 



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Speaking to The Daily Beast, Stodden reiterated their view that the 35-year-old model was a bully and a “hypocrite”. Referring to a video in which Stodden called out Teigen for wanting to quit Twitter after being “bullied” on the platform when Teigen herself was a bully.


“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.'”


Although Stodden hadn’t personally shared proof of the DMs, people have found old tweets from the ‘Lip Sync Battle’ host, that seem to support Stodden’s


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Stodden went on to name Joy Behar (one of the hosts of the popular daytime show ‘The View) and Courtney Love (lead vocalist of the alternative rock band Hole and wife to the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain) as other women who “came out of the woodwork to beat up on a kid because she was in a situation that she shouldn’t have been in.” Calling them “playground bullies,” Stodden shared that “some of the worst treatment [they] got was from women” and yet, she never received apologies from them.


Who she did, eventually, hear from, though were:


“You know, one of the biggest surprises is that all of the celebrities who shamed me—other than Perez Hilton, who stood up and was kind—they have not sought to apologize or sent any kind of love my way. The majority of love and apologies have come from reporters and also people online who tell me that they appreciate me and love me, and that I’m a source of strength for them. And that means everything to me.”



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10 years after first getting married to Hutchison, Stodden is now divorced (which was finalised last year) and working towards distancing themselves from Hutchison, who they describe as “somebody who would take a young girl, manipulate her, and use her.” Stodden is writing a memoir about their experience, sharing:


“It’s been really healing. I still have a lot to write, but it’s been surprising how many experiences I’ve had in Hollywood. It’s just a cesspool of hounds. And if I can help one person then I’ve done my job.”


Teigen has since responded to Stodden’s accusations, tweeting:




Stodden, in part, responded by saying they accept Teigen’s apology but question its intention.


“I accept her apology and forgive her. But the truth remains the same, I have never heard from her or her camp in private. In fact, she blocked me on Twitter,” 


Christine Diane Teigen…


*Cover image credits: @chrissyteigen

Written by: Marissa Anne

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