Farrah Abraham calls Chrissy Teigen an unfit person in society after Courtney Stodden Twitter quarrel
Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham is speaking out against Chrissy Teigen again, following the model’s cyberbullying controversy, including a 2011 tweet telling Courtney Stodden to kill herself.
Teigen, 35, – who has since apologized for her past behavior – also called Abraham a ‘w***e’ on Twitter in 2013, writing: ‘Farrah Abraham now thinks she’s pregnant from her sex tape. in other news you are great and everyone hates you oops no other news sorry.’
In a new interview, Abraham, 30, says John Legend’s wife needs professional help because of her “very disturbing” past tweets, calling her an “unfit person in society.”
“It’s really just a pathetic statement after someone went to therapy for sex shaming in public and endured my own depression, grief and vulnerabilities during that time,” Abraham said. Fox news.
Row: Farrah Abraham calls Chrissy Teigen an ‘unfit person in society’ and tells her to ‘get therapy’… after calling Teen Mom star a ‘w***e’ in recent tweets from 2013 amid cyberbullying scandal
Abraham, who released a sex tape in 2013, added, “I don’t even say the words she says.”
The reality star claims that she still has not received an apology from Teigen.
Abraham previously told Fox News last month, “When I first saw Chrissy Teigen make these comments, I could tell she was a desperate music video groupie and model.”
‘[At the time] I just thought it was just me and I ignored her because I don’t act like that. Now I see it’s tons and tons of people. It really bothers me now,” she added.
Vitriolic: Teigen shared this tweet about Farrah in 2013
‘Very disturbing’: Farrah told Fox News of Teigen, ‘I would definitely take the alcohol out. No woman should treat other women like that.’ Farrah was seen here last month with her daughter Sophia
Abraham struggled with mental health issues, including depression, which she was open about in the past.
She has also talked about getting therapy after battling suicidal thoughts, following the death of ex Derek Underwood, who died when she was eight months pregnant with their daughter Sophia, who is now 12.
In the interview, Abraham also says he hopes that Teigen will enter therapy as a result of the scandal.
Insulting: Chrissy made a series of insulting comments towards Stodden in 2011, saying she fantasized about the model taking a “dirty nap”, which refers to the funeral of a dead person
‘It feels like a public attempt to save her partnerships’: Stodden – who recently came out as a non-binary – accepted Teigen’s apology, but wasn’t convinced of the cookbook author’s sincerity.
‘Lindsay adds a few more slits to her wrists when she sees Emma Stone,’ read the Jan 16, 2011 tweet
“There are things people don’t apologize for and they’re stuck with that. I opened my mind, I apologized for things and I learned so much,” she explained.
“I wish Chrissy the best and I hope she gets therapy so she can be the best mother she needs to be and the best person she needs to be to her family, because that’s definitely what she needs right now.”
“I’m going through a lot right now and I would never shut myself up. I absolutely do not mock bullying or sex trafficking or sex shaming. There’s something that’s triggering me right now with Chrissy and that’s fine, but it’s still disturbing,” she added.
For her part, Teigen did offer a full apology to Courtney Stodden, who recently came out as “them/them” non-binary.
Apologies: Teigen spoke out about the controversy on her Twitter account last month
Teigen posted a lengthy apology on Twitter last month saying she had been “hurt” by her past behavior and had attempted to contact Stodden to apologize.
Stodden hit back at Teigen’s claim that she apologized privately, saying “she said she did, but she didn’t.”
“She apologized on Twitter but I was blocked from the apology so I couldn’t really see it but a few people sent it to me,” they said.
“I feel like if she was genuinely sorry, she would at least have contacted me personally. She said she did, but she didn’t.’
Teigen’s public apology said she was “embarrassed and completely embarrassed” by her actions.
Past mistakes: Teigen, 35, has yet to respond to other tweets she posted targeting young women, but apologized to Courtney Stodden last month
“Not many people are lucky enough to be held accountable to the whole world for all their past bulls. I’m hurt and sad for who I was.’
She added: “I was an insecure, attention-seeking troll. I’m ashamed and utterly ashamed of my behavior, but that’s nothing compared to how I made Courtney feel.”
Teigen concluded, “And I’m so sorry I let you down. I will forever work to be better than 10 years ago, 1 year ago, 6 months ago.”
The model has since seen some brand partnerships either shut down, though some have claimed to be mutual decisions.