Target has changed its partnership with Chrissy Teigen.
The retailer has removed its line of Cravings cookware from its website. However, his trio of Cravings cookbooks remain available on the site.
A representative from Target told Fox Business: “We made the mutual decision in December to no longer offer the kitchenware line, as we continue to focus on the brands that we are developing that we cannot. find that at Target. “
A source from the retailer told TMZ that the line was withdrawn in April, based on a mutual and amicable decision taken in December 2020.
The cookware was originally exclusive to Target, the outlet reports, citing a source, but the exclusivity has since ended.
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Cookware is available on Teigen’s website and at other retailers, according to TMZ.
Plus, the wheels were turning long before Teigen’s recent cyberbullying scandal erupted.
Representatives for Teigen did not immediately respond to Fox Business’s request for comment.
The outlet said other retailers are still selling the products and even some physical Target stores still have the line in their inventory.
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Teigen took to Twitter on Wednesday to publicly apologize to Courtney Stodden, who accused the star in March of having already harassed them extensively, even encouraging them to kill themselves.
“Few are fortunate enough to be held accountable for all their bulls – t before the whole world,” Teigen began in a series of tweets responding to criticism from the 26-year-old singer, who identifies as non-binary. “I am mortified and sad for who I was. I was an insecure, attention-seeking troll. I am ashamed and completely embarrassed by my behavior.
“But that’s nothing compared to how I made Courtney feel,” she continued. “I have worked so hard to give you joy and to be loved and the feeling of letting you down is almost unbearable, really. These are not my only mistakes and will surely not be the last as hard as I try but god I will give it a try !! “
However, Stodden didn’t buy it and called the apology a “public attempt to salvage its partnerships with Target and other brands.”
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“I accept his apologies and forgive him. But the truth remains the same, I’ve never heard of her or her camp in private, ”Stodden wrote. Post Instagram of an alleged screenshot showing that Stodden has been blocked on the app.
Julius Young of Fox News contributed to this report