Chrissy Teigen tweets latest – Star apologizes for resurfaced troll posts after Michael Costello says she ‘bullied him’
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“I wasn’t mean in my everyday life,” Teigen claimed, adding that people would tell her she was, “So much nicer in person.”
“Why was that not a huge red flag?” she wrote.
“At the time, I just didn’t get it,” she added. “Believe me, I get it now.
“I’m telling you this for context, not seeking or deserving any sympathy,” the model noted. “There’s no justification for my behavior. I’m not a victim here.”
“The subjects of your sympathy — and mine — should be those I put down.”
Teigen also explained that she was no longer that person, and that “I grew up, got therapy, got married, had kids, got more therapy, experienced loss and pain, got more therapy and experienced more life. AND GOT MORE THERAPY.”