Self-styled victim and Democrat activist Chrissy Teigen is one of the nastiest Mean Girls on the internet.
In one of the worst examples of Teigen’s mean streak, it was reported this week that the model incited death threats against an underage girl on Twitter years ago. (She’s still allowed on the platform, of course — she’s liberal!)
When Courtney Stodden was just 16 years old, Teigen sent the minor numerous nasty messages online that included a “fantasy” of Stodden taking a “dirt nap.”
Stodden, whose mother troublingly signed off on her then-teen daughter’s marriage to a 50-year-old actor, told the Daily Beast that Teigen even sent her death threats via direct message.
“[Teigen] wouldn’t just publicly tweet about wanting me to take ‘a dirt nap’ but would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself,” Stodden said. “Things like, ‘I can’t wait for you to die.'”
The DM’ed death threats have yet to be substantiated, but the Daily Beat posted screenshots of Teigen’s now-deleted nasty messages to the teen online. Here are some of the highlights:
“@CourtneyStodden My Friday fantasy: you. dirt nap. mmmmmm baby.”
Retweeing Stodden, Teigen posted: “Go. to sleep. forever.”
“@CourtneyStodden what drug makes you do that with your mouth? asking for a friend who really wants to look like an idiot. thanks.”
“@CourtneyStodden do you have a family.”
“@CourtneyStodden I hate you.”
Retweeing Stodden, Teigen posted: “Why do you speak like a Fabio book?”
Although the alleged DMs encouraging Courtney to commit suicide have yet to be substantiated, people are now looking through Chrissy's tweet history to see what she's sent publicly. And there are indeed deleted receipts. pic.twitter.com/NpmSgASZBP
— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) May 11, 2021
Pinpointing Teigen’s hypocritical actions, Stodden posted a screenshot of one of the model’s mean tweets to her, sarcastically captioning it, “What a shame #ChrissyTeigen is leaving Twitter.”
— Courtney Stodden (@CourtneyStodden) March 25, 2021
Ironically, Teigen announced in March that she was leaving the platform for good over mean tweets sent to her.
“For years I have taken so many small, 2-follower count punches that at this point, I am honestly deeply bruised,” she said online, adding, “I’ve spent weeks just saying tweets to shampoo bottles.”
There’s no doubt that Teigen is the recipient of nasty messages. But Teigen consistently participates in the nastiness she denounces. Most notably are her apparent attacks on Stodden, who was just a teen at the time and tied to a man she now calls her predator.
Teigen has also posted expletive-laced Twitter rants about then-first lady Melania Trump, who supported her husband but generally shied away from politics.
“Has Melania even thought about doing something with her be best s*** during these times? I see regular ass awesome people on my timeline all day doing all they can to make people happy and this wifebot is working on whatever the f*** a tennis gazebo is.”
“ALL I have seen this bot do is gently touch Christmas ornaments in a cape and stare in a cape and pat statues in a different cape and then change her cape into a rude ass jacket. F*** you.”
Again showcasing her blindspot for her own bullying, Teigen ironically posted mere hours later: “What can I say. Kids and online torture have made me a much more empathetic person. May you never be on the end of everyone hating you.”
Stodden, now 26 years old, tweeted a message in February to all the “haters,” seemingly including Teigen.
“Living my best life. #f***haters I lost my virginity to a pedophile,” she wrote. “At 16 I was left alone with my abuser in Hollywood for the world to judge on a pedestal. What were you doing/thinking at 16? Imagine a world of adults criticizing your every move unbeknownst to you.”
Living my best life. #fuckhaters I lost my virginity to a pedophile. At 16 I was left alone with my abuser in Hollywood for the world to judge on a pedestal. What were you doing/thinking at 16? Imagine a world of adults criticizing your every move unbeknownst to you. pic.twitter.com/6gI4EBd4Gj
— Courtney Stodden (@CourtneyStodden) March 1, 2021