Chrissy Teigen has left his guest-voicing role in the Netflix comedy. never have i everAfter she admitted and apologized for her bullying Courtney Stodden ten years ago.
Teigen has decided to step out of the role, which will take place in a single episode, according to the show’s spokesperson. Last season featured tennis star John McEnroe’s voiceover for Maitreyi Ramakrishnan’s character Devi.
A spokesperson for the show said the role was expected to be recast. Hollywood reporter A representative for Teigen has contacted for further comment.
Teigen apologized to Courtney Stodden in early May after allegedly bullying them a decade ago, including telling Stodden to take his own life.
Stodden recently called several celebrities, including Teigen, including Joy Behar and Courtney Love, in an interview with beast For harassment both on and off social media as a teenager, Stodden gained fame alongside criticism in 2011 for marrying a 50-year-old acting coach and The Green Mile Actor Doug Hutchison at age 16, the couple divorced in 2020.
“She’s not only tweeting publicly about wanting me to ‘dirty nap’, but DMs me privately and tells me to kill myself, like ‘I can’t wait for you to die,'” Stodden accused Teigen.
Teigen spoke of the tweet and public apology on Twitter, writing, “Not many people are fortunate enough to take responsibility for their past nonsense before the world. I’m sorry and sorry that I used to be I’m insecure call for attention I was ashamed and embarrassed by my behavior. But that doesn’t compare to how I feel at Courtney. I have worked hard to keep you guys happy and loved and the feeling of disappointment for you is unbearable.”