- Chrissy Teigen has had her cookware collection dropped by Macy’s
- It comes as Teigen has come under fire after Courtney Stodden revealed she had been sent abusive private messages by the former model
- The DM’s were from 2011 and appear to tell Stodden to commit suicide
- Stodden, 26, who shot to fame in 2011 when they married then-51-year-old actor Doug Hutchison at the age of 16, blasted Teigen, 35, saying she ‘made her career out of apologizing’
- Stodden questioned the sincerity of Teigen’s public Twitter apology and insisted she had not reached out to apologize in private even though ‘she said she did’
- Stodden demanded Teigen lose all her lucrative deals with brands and said ‘luckily we have a choice where we spend our money’
- Aside from Macy’s it emerged Target has also recently parted ways with Teigen
- Last week, Teigen responded posting an apology on Twitter saying she was ‘mortified’ by her past behavior and had reached out to apologize
Bloomingdales has become the latest brand to drop Chrissy Teigen over her 2011 Twitter message to Courtney Stodden telling her to kill herself.
Teigen was due to sign a contract with the department store that would seal the deal on the appearance but it was torn up at the last minute.
An insider told Page Six on Tuesday: ‘They pretty much had it together but they had to cancel it’.
It comes as little surprise given Bloomingdales is owned by the same parent company as Macy’s, which pulled Teigen’s cookware line earlier this week.
Teigen, 35, has come under fire over the past several days, after tweets in which she told a then 16-year-old Stodden, now 26, to take their own life, resurfaced.
Stodden has alleged how Teigen sent her shocking tweets and direct messages that appeared to encourage her to take their own life.
Stodden revealed Teigen still hasn’t apologized to them privately and has called for her to lose her lucrative branding deals, warning companies that it’s ‘not a good look’ to be ‘aligning with someone who encourages a minor to commit suicide’.
Stodden blasted Teigen saying she had ‘made her career out of apologizing’ and questioned the sincerity of her public Twitter apology.
On Monday morning, the kitchen items, Cravings by Chrissy Teigen line did not show up at all on Macy’s website.