Stodden came out as non-binary last year. Posting on Instagram and Twitter, Stodden began by writing, “They/them/theirs. I don’t Identify as she or her. I’ve never felt like I ever fit in anywhere.”
On the podcast, Stodden spoke about their parents signing off on their marriage to Doug Hutchison at the age of 16. Stodden also opened up about the grooming and abuse they endured at the hands of their now-ex-husband.
Now, Courtney is continuing to call out John Legend’s wife — Chrissy Teigen.
Courtney Stodden Appears On “Call Her Daddy”
Cooper took the opportunity to also ask Stodden about Chrissy Teigen’s public shaming and Twitter rants. Starting in 2011, the same year Stodden wed Hutchison, Teigen began cyber-bullying them on Twitter.
The “Cravings” author publicly denounced Stodden on more than a dozen occasions.
Some of the tweets Teigen tagged the then 16-year-old were along the lines of, “@CourtneyStodden I hate you,” “@CourtneyStodden my Friday fantasy: you. dirt. nap. Mmmmmm baby,” and “got to sleep forever.”
And that’s not even scratching the surface, but you get the picture.
Stodden admitted to Cooper that “not only have I not met her, but I’ve never spoken to her in my life. And I actually really liked her. I followed her, obviously, I love John Legend. I was following them.”
They recalled seeing the things Teigen was saying about them pop up on their Twitter timeline.
Courtney Really Liked Chrissy Teigen Prior To The Twitter Bashing
“And I was like, but I love you. I had this feeling… but I really like you. But other than that at that point in time, because I was so young, I don’t think I processed how deeply that led to my future depression,” they explained.
At the same time, Stodden was getting publicly bashed by Teigen, the cookbook author was publicly shaming Lindsay Lohan as well.
“She was shaming Lindsay Lohan, she was struggling with a lot of her own stuff and I just freakin’ love Lindsay,” Stodden said. “I think Chrissy was, she had to have been in a really dark a** place to tell these children and women these things to, I don’t know, make herself feel better about herself.”
Teigen has since admitted to her faults after being put in the “Cancel Club” last summer over her past remarks aimed at Stodden.
Giving Teigen some benefit of the doubt, the 27-year-old said they hope Teigen is truly doing the best she can; however, Stodden did mention that if online bullying continues then we are just going to see more suicides.
Courtney Says If Cyberbullying Doesn’t Stop, More Suicides Will Happen
In addition to the public tweets, Stodden admitted that the 36-year-old would privately message her incessantly.
“She privately messaged me a lot. It was really late. It was like two in the morning. It was just like, and you know I don’t know what it was. It wasn’t like one or two tweets like Courtney Love. You know she’s called me a ‘whore,’ big deal,” Stodden said while laughing.
Courtney Felt Chrissy Was Obsessed With Seeing Her Die
The model went on to explain that for a very long time, Teigen would privately message them, sometimes in the early hours of the morning.
Stodden was careful to once again note that all of this transpired over a decade ago.
“She [Teigen] messaged me, ‘I cannot wait for you to die.’ And that was just one of them that I remember,” Stodden recalled. “She was just obsessed with seeing me die.”
Cooper asked, “If you could say something to Chrissy Teigen right now, what would you say to her if you saw her?”
After a brief pause, Stodden responded, “I really don’t have anything to say to her. I don’t need to speak to Regina George. It’s not something I need. I don’t need that, I’m Lindsay.”
Courtney Compares Chrissy To Regina George
This is of course a reference to “Mean Girls,” where Regina George, played by Rachel McAdams, is the popular bully in high school.
Lohan’s character, Cady Heron, is the new girl in school and is taken under Regina’s wing only to find out she loses her true identity.
Your move, Chrissy.