Chrissy teigen He says that while he knows being in the “cancellation club” means he should probably take a long break from the internet, he can’t stop sharing his thoughts on social media.
On Wednesday, the model-turned-chef wrote an extensive Instagram post reflecting on his experience of being responsible for his past behavior after a series of harassing tweets and direct messages that he allegedly sent to Teenage mother star Farrah Abraham, Lindsay Lohan, Y Courtney stodden in 2011 they resurfaced in May of this year. At the time of the Twitter exchanges, Stodden was 16 years old and facing immense criticism from the media for marrying a 51-year-old actor. Doug hutchison, whom the non-binary star has since accused of “preparing” them. Alongside a photo of her legs on a couch, Teigen wrote on social media this week: “I really don’t know what to say here … it feels so weird to pretend nothing happened in this online world but I feel like shit in real life. Going out sucks and doesn’t feel right, being home alone with my mind makes my depressed head race. But I know that however I am handling this now is not the correct answer. “
The Illustrated Sports The cover star later confessed that while she currently feels “lost” in regards to her place on the internet and what she should or shouldn’t be doing, the only thing she does know is that “I desperately want to communicate with you instead of pretending everything is fine, “and added,” I’m not used to any other way !! “She continued:” Canceling club is something fascinating and I have learned a lot. Only a few understand it and it is impossible to know until you are in it. And it’s hard to talk about it in that sense because obviously you sound whiny when you’ve clearly done something wrong. It just sucks. There is no way to win. But anyway there is never here. All I know is that I love you, I miss you, and I just needed an honest moment with you because I’m … tired of being sick with myself all day. “
He concluded by admitting that this entire Instagram post was probably a bad idea to start with because it will simply “be brutally trashed.” But he concluded by saying no matter the reaction, after two months of regularly posting on social media without addressing the controversy, “I can’t do this silent shit anymore! If you or someone you know has also been canceled, let me know if there’s a canceled club meeting because I could use some time off my couch. Thank you and goodbye, I love you. “
In May, Teigen apologized to Stodden for his past actions in a series of tweets, saying, “Not many people are lucky enough to be held accountable for all their past nonsense in front of the whole world. I’m mortified and saddened by how it used to be. I was an insecure attention-seeking troll, “adding that he had also” tried to connect with Courtney in private. “He then followed that apology with a medium article in which he once again expressed his regret. In response, Stodden said: “I accept your apology and forgive it,” although they claim that Teigen has never communicated with them privately and that they are still blocked by her on Twitter where the original apology was issued.
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