This story does not look like it's going to end soon. Some days ago, in a Meghan Markle's style, Chrissy Teigen revealed that she wanted to be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey and now Courtney Stodden has jumped into the wagon and said that they want to be part of that “if it is of any help”
"Oprah has a really big platform and I think that if it helps saves lives by me sharing my story I would consider it," Stodden told TMZ when asked if they would be open to joining Teigen for a potential interview. "I think that it's important to be kind in this world. There's been so much meanness, and a lot of deflecting, so I would consider it, yeah. If it would help people."
According to some insiders, Chrissy Teigen is “being advised to go into hiding and lay low” but, she is not following that and instead in “in talks with Oprah to do a Meghan Markle sit-down type interview and tell her truth.” Apparently many outlets have approached Chrissy to get the first interview after all the bullying scandals but her first choice is Oprah Winfrey because “If Oprah can forgive her, then so can the nation.”
All of this nasty business started some weeks ago when Courtney Stodden revealed that they were targeted by Chrissy Teigen. Stodden was 16 years old when married Doug Hutchinson, who was 51-years-old at the time. Stodden then divorced and claimed that they were subject to abuse throughout the marriage years. However, Courtney also pointed out that Chrissy Teigen sent her messages bullying her and wishing them to be dead.
If that was not enough, Lindsay Lohan, Farrah Abraham, and fashion designer Michael Costello joined the list of people bullied by Chrissy Teigen. The model accepted all of her wrong-doings except the one claimed by Costello, saying that he faked the alleged DM's. In fact, it backfired because Leona Lewis accused him of bullying her instead.
Anyway, Chrissy Teigen shared a heartfelt apology on her social media after a radio silence one month long. "There is simply no excuse for my past horrible tweets. My targets didn't deserve them. No one does. Many of them needed empathy, kindness, understanding, and support, not my meanness masquerading as a kind of casual, edgy humor. I was a troll, full stop. And I am so sorry," Teigen wrote
She also noted that she realized, she was insecure and immature in a world where she thought she needed to impress strangers to be accepted "If there was a pop culture pile-on, I took to Twitter to try to gain attention and show off what I at the time believed was a crude, clever, harmless quip. I thought it made me cool and relatable if I poked fun at celebrities."