Chrissy Teigen no longer gives her voice to Netflix. never have i everAfter the online bullying controversy broke out. About her direct messages and tweets to Courtney Stodden, model/reality TV
Teigen chose to quit her one-episode voice acting, our sister site Variety first reported. which is planned to take place during the second season of the upcoming comedy-drama. (Series created by Mindy Kaling often feature voiceovers for characters played by famous guest stars.)
Stodden recently revealed in an interview with the Daily Beast that Teigen harassed them and their husbands online a decade ago. Shortly after they married actor Doug Hutchison (they were 16 at the time, while Hutchison was 60), she not only tweeted publicly that she wanted me to ‘take a dirty nap,’ but DM me personally and tell me to kill myself,” Stodden said, “like ‘I can’t wait for you to die.’”
On May 12, Teigen issued a public apology via Twitter, writing, “I’m sorry and sorry for who I used to be. I’m an insecure and attention-seeking troll. I am completely ashamed and ashamed of my behavior…. I’m really sorry, Courtney. I hope you can heal now. knowing how sorry I am.”
Inspired by Kaling’s childhood, never have i ever Starring newcomer Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi, a hardworking and depressed first-generation Indian-American teenager. The list was renewed in July last year. And there are rumors that it will be released in July.