It comes after the model, 35, broke her silence on social media earlier this week as she admitted she was ‘ashamed’ of the dastardly tweets she sent to Courtney Stodden as they were just a teenager.
Yet Chrissy hit back at Project Runway star Michael after accusing her of attempting to ruin her career and shared DMs he claims he sent her.
According to Michael, Chrissy had believed that a false claim on Instagram that he used a racial slur was true in 2014 and, in DMs, she wrote: “Racists like you deserve to suffer and die. You might as well be dead. . Your career is over, look.
But Chrissy went on a rampage and said she had “no idea what the fuck ‘Michael is doing.”
In a statement, Chrissy was “completely surprised and disappointed” by the attack on Michael, which she said “included fictitious screenshots”.
Chrissy also alleges that she and Michael have had friendly interactions for several years and pointed out that Chrissy’s name in the screenshots was misspelled. Further flaws have been reported regarding the signature features of the Instagram app which they claim were not part of Instagram in 2014, but are shown in screenshots.
She tweeted: “No idea what the f *** michael costello is doing. He just posted a statement in which he did not at all acknowledge how bogus the dm’s were, and now claims to have emails that don’t exist. ”
Chrissy added, “Michael Costello also posted videos where he was VERY confused about Leona Lewis’s stylist reaching out and being nice. Imagine my surprise when my last three years have been like this. “
She then shared screenshots of friendly messages he had sent her via Instagram over the past few years.
Michael previously shared a tweet that read, “I wondered if I should write this or not, but I have to. If anyone said something about my family, I would defend it as much as possible.
“I understand where you’re from @JohnLegend. I respect and love your music. I even have four of your songs on my playlist, not that you care.
“But, your wife has hurt good people and done a lot of shady things offline to ruin other people’s careers. You might not know it, but she does. “
Still, musician John was unimpressed and hit back in a series of tweets, writing, “Bruh. Stopped. You know you made it all up. Please stop.
“I would really like to know who put you in all of this.” Why make up a whole story? Did you want to make the headlines so badly? Why simulate a series of MDs? Just why?
“Don’t talk to me about my wife like I haven’t lived with her, married her and raised children with her. I know who she is and you haven’t even done a good job of emulating her voice in those fake DMs. By the way, when are you going to admit they were wrong?
“Admit they were wrong, please.