Writer and conservative commentator Candace Owens isn’t saying so quickly about Chrissy Teigen’s second apology on social media after the former swimsuit model took a vow of silence over cyberbullying allegations.
“The problem with #chrissyteigen’s rant is that she apologizes for who she was ‘long ago,’” Owens wrote in response to Teigen’s lengthy memorandum explaining her disposition for her past actions.
She continued, “Let’s be clear – Chrissy has spent the last 6 years online harassing conservative women who haven’t DONE ANYTHING to her. It was not a faded period in his life. This is who she is. “
Teigen, 35, took to social media to share on Monday a long post she wrote on Medium address the “VERY humiliating few weeks” and apologize to anyone she may have hurt.
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“Not a day, not a single moment went by that I did not feel the overwhelming weight of regret for the things I have said in the past,” she said.
The star then unequivocally denounced his past actions. “I was a troll, period. And I’m so sorry, ”she wrote.
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Teigen also wrote that she was ashamed that it took being publicly called out by some of her cyberbullying victims, like Courtney Stodden, for her to understand that “words have consequences and there are real people.” behind the Twitter handles I searched ”.
The model’s note follows her apology to Stodden last month, in which she said she was “ashamed” and “embarrassed.”
Teigen’s apology on Monday prompted some of his relatives to leave votes of support for his post.
“Sending love,” actress Yvette Nicole Brown commented under the post, while Teigen’s husband John Legend took to several of his other friends and added heart emojis instead of written words.
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Zoe Saldana stood up for Teigen while letting the model know her words did not go unnoticed. “The trolling that you receive is also unwarranted,” Saldana wrote. “I see you and I respect you. “
Although Teigen’s post received high praise from friends and family, Owens posted another tweet on Monday, accuser Teigen’s PR team “deleted negative comments” under Judge’s “Bring the Funny” Instagram apology “to create the illusion that the world will forgive him.”
“It’s little more than a carefully crafted Hollywood publicity stunt,” Owens tweeted. “She’s still a malignant sociopathic narcissist. “
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A representative for Teigen did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.