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Chrissy Teigen is all smiles despite her ongoing cyberbullying scandal.
The “Cravings” cookbook author, 35, told a TMZ paparazzo on Monday that she was “good” when asked how she’s been coping with the backlash over her recently resurfaced tweets.
Teigen then insisted that she had “no idea” about reports she’ll sit down with Oprah Winfrey to discuss the drama — à la Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
While the model is moving forward with her arts and crafts projects — she was getting ready for diamond painting when the photographer caught up with her — it looks like she may not be ready to go ahead and make amends with everybody she’s hurt yet.
When asked whether she’d do an interview with Courtney Stodden, one of the people who accused her of bullying, Teigen simply laughed while walking into her office.
Stodden — who came out as non-binary in April and uses they/them pronouns — revealed in May that Teigen once told them to “kill myself” and take a “dirt nap.” While the mom of two publicly apologized to the reality star, they claimed they never heard from her privately.
Amid the scandal, Teigen’s cookware line was pulled from Macy’s website, and Bloomingdale’s pulled out of a deal with her. She then dropped out of Netflix’s “Never Have I Ever.”
Teigen wrote a lengthy apology for Medium and posted it to her Instagram earlier this month, but not everybody forgave her.
“Project Runway” alum Michael Costello came forward and claimed that Teigen had teamed up with stylist Monica Rose to destroy his career, which he said left him suicidal.
Costello, 38, included screenshots of Teigen’s alleged DMs to him in his post, but her husband, John Legend, and rep both claimed the messages had been “fabricated.” Teigen also called them “fictional” by pointing to inconsistencies regarding an old profile photo and the video chat function.
The “Lip Sync Battle” co-host concluded her chat with the paparazzo on Monday by gushing about Legend, whom she married in 2013.
“Oh, my God, he’s been everything,” she said of how the EGOT winner, 42, has helped her during her scandal. “My everything.”
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