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Chrissy Teigen Issues Warning To Michael Costello Over Alleged Fake Screenshots; Threatens to Sue Him!

Chrissy Teigen lost her composure as she defended herself from Michael Costello's bullying claims. On Friday, Teigen took her disappointment on Twitter and addressed Costello's allegations against her. The fashion designer reportedly received downgrading messages from the model that caused him to suffer from suicidal thoughts. Costello particularly mentioned that...
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A complete timeline of the Chrissy Teigen bullying scandal as she says sorry for being a ‘troll’

Chrissy Teigen returned to Twitter earlier this week with a lengthy message of self-flagellation after she was publicly denounced as a troll.The model had been silent on the platform since non-binary TV star Courtney Stodden, 26, accused her of bullying them when they were just a teen.On Monday, Teigen, 35, published a blog post admitting that she’d been “sitting in a hole of deserved global punishment,” adding: “Not a day, not a single moment has passed where I haven’t felt the crushing weight of regret for the things I’ve said in the past”.The mum-of-two, who is married to award-winning...
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John Legend Addresses Michael Costello’s ‘Completely Fake’ DM Exchange With Chrissy Teigen After Apology

Shortly after Legend stated that Costello’s screenshots weren’t real, Teigen took to social media to clarify the situation. “Chrissy is completely surprised and disappointed by Michael Costello’s recent attack, which includes fictional ‘screenshots’ from 2014 of supposed private message that Chrissy didn’t send,” the Twitter statement read. “In October 2014, she did post a comment on Mr. Costello’s Instagram when he was publicly accused of making a racist remark. After he denied the accusation, and claimed it was based on a photoshopped comment, Chrissy deleted the comment, as was reported at the time.”
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Chrissy Teigen Steps Away from Safely Brand to 'Be with Her Family'

Chrissy Teigen will no longer be working with Safely, the home cleaning and self-care line she launched with Kris Jenner just three months ago. "Chrissy will be stepping away from Safely to take much needed time to focus on herself and be with her family," Safely said in a statement posted to the brand's Instagram Story on Friday.
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John Legend Comments on Wife Chrissy Teigen's Bullying Controversy Raise Questions

John Legend was staying positive as he broke his silence about wife Chrissy Teigen's bullying scandal Wednesday. Following Teigen's lengthy apology earlier in the week, the Grammy-winner told The Daily Mail she was doing "great" in a one-word answer to the paparazzi. Teigen recently returned to social media on June 14 after a lengthy hiatus following accusations made by Courtney Stodden that the model had bullied them in private messages years ago.
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Chrissy Teigen Breaks Silence On Michael Costello DM Allegations: I’m ‘Disappointed’ By ‘His Attack’

After issuing an lengthy apology for her past cyber bullying, Chrissy Teigen is now vowing to clear her name against fashion designer Michael Costello’s newest claims. Chrissy Teigen and Michael Costello continue to clash over his bullying claims, and now, Chrissy is speaking for herself. Although she released an apology on June 14 admitting how sorry she was for attacks against people like Courtney Stodden, Chrissy is now coming forward to defend herself against new claims from the fashion designer. Michael accused Chrissy of bullying and shared alleged DMs from the star in an effort to prove she’d personally attacked him and threatened his career. However, since then, her team has come forward to insist the messages were faked, according to an article by Business Insider.
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Chrissy Teigen asks Oprah Winfrey to save her reputation as Meghan Markle

35-year-old TV presenter and model Chrissy Teigen recently ruined her reputation by accusing fashion designer Michael Costello of racism. According to her, the man insulted people because of their nationality on his Twitter. These claims of Chrissy turned out to be fake, but the designer’s career after this scandal ended....
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John Legend Speaks out Amid Chrissy Teigen Bullying Controversy

Chrissy Teigen's bullying controversy has been making headlines lately, and now her husband John Legend has spoken out. A TMZ photographer caught up to Legend in WeHo on Tuesday, with the outlet noting that he appeared to be in high spirits. The cameraperson asked Legend how Teigen has been doing, in the wake of her recently lengthy apology for bullying. Legend reportedly replied with a smile, saying that his wife is "doing great."
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Chrissy Teigen Claims Michael Costello DMs Were Faked in Detailed Statement

Chrissy Teigen is firing back at designer Michael Costello, following his claims that alleged bullying by Teigen made him suicidal. On Monday, the fashion designer opened up about his interactions with Teigen on Instagram, sharing that he is still "traumatized, depressed and has thoughts of suicide" following Teigen and her stylist, Monica Rose, allegedly trying to ruin his career.
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John Legend defends Chrissy Teigen amid Michael Costello drama

John Legend is defending Chrissy Teigen. Teigen has been at the center of scandal for weeks now after being accused of intense cyberbullying in the past which was intensified when designer Michael Costello came out with his own claims after the star publicly apologized. Costello, 38, alleged in a lengthy...
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Chrissy Teigen & John Legend Pull Receipts To Prove Michael Costello Allegedly Lied

The drama involving Chrissy Teigen and designer Michael Costello has taken a turn. Days ago, amid Teigen's ongoing scandals involving allegations of online bullying, the model mogul resurfaced on social media after weeks of silence. She released an apology for her previous behaviors but soon, another accusation popped up from Costello. He claimed Teigen bullied him years back, caused him to hae suicidal thoughts, and blackballed him in the industry, and he even shared screenshots to prove his point.
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Chrissy Teigen and designer Michael Costello clash over bullying claims

Chrissy Teigen claims the Instagram messages posted by Michael Costello are fake — and she's coming out with her own receipts. The clash between Teigen and Costello began earlier this week. Shortly after the 35-year-old publicly apologized for past "awful" tweets, Costello came forward and said he's "traumatized, depressed and has thoughts of suicide" because of the model's alleged bullying behavior years ago. The fashion designer offered purported screenshots of a direct message from 2014 as proof, which Teigen says is fabricated.