On Thursday, Courtney Stodden shared American Pie actor Jason Biggs’ apologies, indirectly shining the spotlight on Chrissy Teigen, whom Stodden hinted at did not receive a personal apology for the unpleasant comments on the social networks that Teigen wrote a decade ago.
“This is what a personal apology looks like,” said the singer / model, 26, who identifies as non-binary, captioned the tweet. “Everyone makes mistakes, but not everyone takes real responsibility. Jason, I felt this. Wish you and your family @JasonBiggs love and success. ‘
The message from Biggs read: “Hi Courtney – I wanted to drop you a line to let you know I’m sorry for any tweet I’ve made in the past that may have hurt your feelings. They were meant to be jokes – but it was at your expense, and knowing how you feel doesn’t make them funny at all.
The latest: Courtney Stodden, 26, shared the apology from American Pie actor Jason Biggs on Thursday, indirectly shining the spotlight on Chrissy Teigen, 35, whom Stodden hinted did not have received a personal apology from his nasty comments on social media. Teigen wrote a ten years ago
The actor, 43, continued, “I do my best these days to live a clean, sober life, in which I make good, healthy decisions – and that means taking responsibility for the bad decisions I make. have taken in the past. ‘
He concluded by saying, ‘I only wish you the best, happiness and success forever. XO Jason. ‘
Teigen has been criticized in recent months for toxic behavior on social media, some relating to Stodden, who made headlines in 2011 at age 16 when they married Doug Hutchison, then 50, the actor on best known for his roles in 1999’s The Green Mile and on the ABC Lost TV show.
In one case, in October 2011, Teigen wrote, “To say that Courtney Stodden’s age was arrested because he was too sexy is like saying the Nazis were just bad guys. As in, not quite.
Stodden shared a note Jason Biggs sent him last May, praising the American Pie actor for taking responsibility for his earlier comments.
Backstory: Stodden (pictured last year) made headlines in 2011 at age 16 when they married Doug Hutchison, then 50, the actor best known for his role in The Green Mile in 1999
In another tweet that the model / cookbook author directed to Stodden in early 2012, she wrote, “I hate you; in other tweets over the years, Teigen compared Stodden to an “animal” and took other hits on them.
Teigen, who is married to superstar singer John Legend, publicly apologized to Stodden in May in a tweet.
“I am mortified and sad for what I was, I was an insecure and attention-seeking troll,” she wrote. “I’m ashamed and completely embarrassed for my behavior, but it’s nothing compared to how I made Courtney feel. ”
Do good: Biggs, pictured last year in New York City, sent Stodden a heartfelt apology in May for his actions
Teigen addressed his past conduct towards Teigen in a series of tweets last May.
On Wednesday, Teigen took to Instagram to explain how she is dealing with the public controversy.
“It’s so weird to pretend nothing happened in this online world, but to feel like crap in real life,” Teigen wrote. “Going outside sucks and doesn’t make me feel good, being home alone with my mind makes my depressed head spin.
“But I know the way I’m handling it now is not the right answer. I feel lost and I need to find my place.
She added that “the cancellation of the club is a fascinating thing” and that she has learned a lot amid these troubled times.
“Only a few understand it and it’s impossible to know it until you’re in it,” she said. “And it’s hard to talk about it in that sense because obviously you look plaintive when you’ve clearly done something wrong. It just sucks. There is no victory.
Backstory: Teigen, who is married to superstar singer John Legend, publicly apologized to Stodden in May in a tweet