Chrissy Teigen Drops Out Of Netflix’s 'By no means Have I Ever' After Cyberbullying Controversy

Chrissy Teigen has dropped out of the Netflix comedy ‘By no means Have I Ever’ after she was accused by Courtney Stodden of cyberbullying her when she was 16 years outdated.

Chrissy was alleged to have a voice-over function in a single episode of the present’s upcoming second season, in accordance with Selection. 

Chrissy as soon as informed actuality TV star Courtney Stodden to take a “dust nap.” She was 16 on the time.

Courtney, who got here out as non-binary, additionally mentioned that Chrissy Teigen informed her to kill herself in her Twitter DMs.

“She would not simply publicly tweet about wanting me to take ‘a dust nap’ however would privately DM me and inform me to kill myself,” she mentioned.


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After The Day by day Beast interview went stay, Chrissy issued an apology… and didn’t deny the claims.

“I used to be an insecure, consideration in search of troll. I’m ashamed and fully embarrassed at my habits however that…is nothing in comparison with how I made Courtney really feel,” Teigen mentioned.

A number of large retailers dropped her merchandise from their shops together with Goal and Macys.