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Chrissy Teigen Quits the New Netflix Series Amidst the Bullying Controversy

Chrissy Teigen reportedly quit the new Netflix series following the bullying controversy.
Posted On June 5, 2021
Chrissy Teigen Drops Out of Netflix's Never Have I Ever

Chrissy Teigen is allegedly out of new Mindy Kaling's series, "Never Have I Ever," following it was revealed she bullied Courtney Stodden. Chrissy was all set to appear on the new Netflix comedy series, but following Stodden's accusations, she called it to quit.

According to Courtney, she sent DMs after she married actor, Doug Hutchison. Chrissy has since apologized to Stodden for her act and has remained quiet on her social media profiles.

Netflix's "Never Have I Ever" is a coming-of-age comedy-drama starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan. The show, which Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher create, tells a story of an Indian American high school student dealing with her father's death.

The first season of the show was narrated by former Tennis players John McEnroe and Andy Samberg. Season 2 will feature more celebrity guest narrators, among which Teigen was one, but she chose to drop out. Variety stated Chrissy's role would be recast, but Teigen is yet to make a comment.

Courtney had come out as non-binary recently; in May, she sat in an interview with The Daily Beast where she revisited the bullying she faced during her marriage to Hutchison. Courtney revealed Chrissy was one of them.

In their interview, Stodden said,

"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.'"

Teigen issued an apology on May 12, Chrissy wrote,

"I’m mortified and sad at who I used to be. I was an insecure, attention-seeking troll. I was ashamed and completely embarrassed by the old tweets, but noted that her own feelings are nothing compared to how I made Courtney feel."

Stodden later revealed she didn't accept the apology, but Chrissy is the one who blocked Courtney on Twitter. All the apology thing was nothing but a public attempt to save her partnership with Target and other brands, according to Stodden.


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