Courtney Stodden is speaking out about Chrissy Teigen after the model took to Instagram to address being part of the “cancel club.”
Recently, Stodden took to their social media to re-post a snap of Teigen’s latest update after Stodden accused the internet personality of cyberbullying. Stodden appeared in front of an image that read “just be nice.”
Earlier in the week, Teigen posted a lengthy statement regarding her mental health following Stodden’s accusations that the mom of two encouraged them to kill themself when they were 16.
[I] feel like utter s–t in real life,” she began the post. “Going outside sucks and doesn’t feel right, being at home alone with my mind makes my depressed head race. But I do know that however I’m handling this now isn’t the right answer. I feel lost and need to find my place again, I need to snap out of this, I desperately wanna communicate with you guys instead of pretending everything is okay.”
In May, Stodden took their grievances with Teigen public. “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.”
Soon after, Teigen quickly took to social media to offer an apology, saying she was “mortified” of her actions and “insecure” at the time.
Despite her attempt to save face, Teigen still faced an onslaught of criticism, resulting in several big brands dropping her products from their shelves. Macy’s removed her cookware line from their website following the allegations.
Teigen then dropped out of the Netflix comedy “Never Have I Ever.” Gigi Hadid recently announced she would take her place.
Cournety Stodden Praises Actor for Recent Apology
On the flip side, Stodden is praising another celebrity for remedying their past comments. Recently, she shared a screenshot of a message they received from actor Jason Biggs. In the private messages, the American Pie actor apologized for past statements that he made to Stodden.
“Hi Courtney- I wanted to drop you a note to say that I’m sorry for any tweet that I made in the past that may have hurt your feelings,” read the message from the 43-year-old. “They were meant as jokes- but they were at your expense, and knowing how you feel, that makes them not funny at all.”
He added that he’s now living a “clean and sober life” that includes “taking accountability” for his poor actions.
“I wish you nothing but happiness and success always. Xo jason,” he concluded the message. Stodden later commended Biggs for his apology in the caption of the post.
“This is what a personal apology looks like,” she wrote alongside the screenshot. “Everyone makes mistakes but not everyone takes real accountability. Jason, I felt this. I wish you love and immense success to you and your family @biggsjason.”