She cannot live forever.
Chrissy Teigen appeared on Instagram over the weekend amid her cyberbullying scandal centered on the brutal messages she sent to reality star Courtney Stodden years ago.
Teigen, who apologized to Stodden on May 12 for old jabs, popped up in a photo on John Legend’s husband’s face, which was photographed at their daughter Luna’s dance recital.
“So proud of our little dancer!” the legend captioned a picture of Teigen with her arms wrapped around a 5-year-old.
In the photo, the supermodel smiles as she hugs Luna. who wore a red dance dress for her first lecture.
Celebrity star Gwyneth Paltrow commented: “She̵7;s grown so much!” in the picture as a fan posted a question asking Teigen, who has 34.9 million Instagram followers and 13.5 million Twitter followers, back on social media.
“ CRISSY is back on social media!!!! I miss you!!!!! ❤️” wrote one fan.
“Chrissy, I know you’re struggling..: I don’t know if you’re going to read this…. But stay positive, humble and never give up, the people you love and your forgiveness ❤️,” another said.
A third wrote: “Let’s stop dating the wrong person. Let’s try to forgive and live with love. can only live once ☮️”
But other commenters say that all are not forgiven after Stodden, which is non-binary and uses their/them pronouns. In a recent interview claiming that Teigen sent messages of Stodden’s past urging them to commit suicide, Stodden said cyberbullying happened when she became famous at the age of 16 in 2011 after marrying Doug Hutchison. 51 years old at the time
“The person who wrote “We miss Chris!”… Imagine it was your daughter that she told her to kill herself. while preaching that kindness is important,” one commenter remarked in a Legend’s post. especially in public 🤦♀️”
Teigen, 35, has been quiet on social media since she apologized on Twitter to the 26-year-old model, which in part read: “I’m an insecure person and interested in trolls. I was ashamed and embarrassed by my behavior. But that… can’t compare to the feeling Courtney made me feel.”
After the scandal The model also withdrew from the Netflix comedy “Never Have I Ever” and lost her cookware deal with Bloomingdale’s