Chrissy Teigen is an American model who kicked off her career in 2010, when she featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
She is also a co-host on the musical competition titled “Lip Sync Battle,” and has several endorsements from prominent companies around the world.
Recently, the television personality joined forces with Kris Jenner for a new brand, but after bullying accusations against her went viral, it seems like her stake in the company is being questioned.
Reports alleged that the celeb may be asked to stop advertising for the brand. Keep reading below for more information.
Will Teigen Loose Her Place In The ‘Safely’ Line?
A source alleged that Safely brand took a big hit following the accusations made against Teigen. Furthermore, the source explained to “The Daily Beast,” that the company has decided to find a more productive strategy to market its product.
Due to Teigen’s affiliation with the company, ratings and sales tanked within a few days, and this may not bode well for Jenner, as this is one of her newest business ventures.
Another source revealed to “The Sun” that since Teigen and her kids were the prime focus of the brand, it is going to be difficult to sell a new narrative.
A Difficult Decision
Teigen and Jenner have been close friends for a long time, and seeing her cut out of the company is no doubt a difficult thing to do.
However, the brand’s rep explained to “The Daily Beast” that while the other producers have agreed to stop the model from marketing products, they have not removed her from the company.
“It’s tricky since she was a part of creating the company, she’s not just a spokesperson,” the rep said.
Recently, the company posted an advert with Jenner’s picture instead of Teigen, and fans are still wondering when an official statement would be released.
All About The Safely Brand
The Safely brand is a new home and self-care line geared towards bettering the lives of individual who make use of the products.
The brand produces beautiful plant-based products like hand cream, bathing soap, glass cleaner and laundry soaps. The brand also produces durable and efficient hand sanitizers for its users.
According to the brand’s website, these products not only range from $6 to $14, they are gentle on the skill and can be re-filled at any time.
Teigen and Jenner collaborated with the CEO of Good American, Emma Grede, to pull off this mind-blowing self-care brand.
A Back Story
A few days before Safely debuted, a YouTuber known as Courtney Stodden, disclosed that the 35-year-old model bullied them on Twitter.
Apparently, Teigen trolled the 16-year-old after she went viral for marrying 51-year-old acting coach, Doug Hutchison.
“She wouldn’t just publicly tweet about wanting me to take a ‘dirt nap’ but would privately DM me to tell me to kill myself. Things like; ‘I can’t wait for you to die,’” Stodden alleged in a sit-down with “Daily Beast.”
After the accusation went viral, Teigen wrote a lengthy thread on Twitter, apologizing for what she called was an “insecure and attention seeking troll behavior.”