Story at a glance:
- Chrissy Teigen has apologized for cyberbullying a teenager a decade ago.
- Her cookware and dining sets have been pulled from Bloomingdales, Target, and Macy’s stores.
- One of her victims was a then-nine-year-old.
As Changing America previously reported, supermodel and television personality Chrissy Teigen has apologized for bullying a then-16-year-old nonbinary person on social media, once telling them to commit suicide.
However, her actions still have consequences a decade later as three major retail department chains have dropped her signature products from their stores, Page Six reported.
Teigen’s "Cravings by Chrissy" cookware line has been canceled by Bloomingdale, as well as its parent firm Macy’s. The discontinued deal came after Courtney Stodden, then a teenage reality star married to 51-year-old actor Doug Hutchinson, revealed Teigen cyberbullied them on social media.
Bloomingdale and Macy’s were planning to sell 31 items of Teigen’s kitchen and dining line in stores, but pulled out at the last minute, according to Page Six’s industry insider.
“They pretty much had it together … but had to cancel it,” the unnamed source told Page Six.
Target was also supposed to launch the cookware online, but the company has discontinued its partnership with the supermodel as well.
In addition to Stodden, Teigen also attacked Quvenzhané Wallis in 2013, the youngest actress to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in "Beasts of the Southern Wild," Newsweek reported.
Teigen has since deleted the tweets.
Unlike the interaction with Stodden, Teigen has not publicly apologized for what she said about Wallis, nor has Wallis mentioned the incident.
Correction: This story has been updated to remove a tweet that was misattributed to Teigen; it was a joke from the Onion.
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