Farrah Abraham is not impressed with Chrissy Teigen’s recent apology for trolling tons of people on Twitter, in fact, she calls the supermodel a hypocrite — who has never apologized to her for the nasty messages.
The ‘Teen Mom’ star dropped a lengthy message on Medium where she responded to Teigen’s statement, saying not only does she deserve an apology — but, so does her young daughter — who she claims had to suffer through the backlash and emotional issues from the cyberbullying.
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In her comments, she says the supermodel is acting like a hypocrite and reminds everyone that at one point, Chrissy actually called her a w—e online.
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“As you’re asking yourself ‘Did Chrissy ever apologize to Farrah’, hypocritically as such at this time no she has not. As a reminder, Chrissy ended her light-hearted post, so similarly to her past remarks with taking care of her family and herself. So I understand the time it will take to really be beyond her past behavior,” Abraham wrote.
She continued, “I don’t believe only I deserve a confident apology like the other strong woman today. I truly have no one else taking care of my family, I really need time for myself who must take time psychologically from my doctor’s orders to be the strong woman I need to be to keep this life going I’ve fought so hard for.”
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“An apology maybe due to me only in Chrissy’s eyes but as a mother there’s also an apology due to my child who has to witness the aftermath of remarks publicly that not only affects her mom but her. This mentally affects children and their time with their mothers. Those who hurt mother’s are also responsible for hurting their children,” she continued.
In the lengthy message, Farrah equates Chrissy’s behavior to that from the movie ‘Mean Girls.’ “It was very much a ‘Mean Girls’ movie spin-off of a ‘wish I could use vulnerable, nice, famous types with more following with press push leverage, to be more popular’ kind of spiral out that would come sooner or later like in the movie,” she wrote.
As we reported, Teigen posted her own long apology online this week, where she acknowledged her posting on Twitter was hateful and wrong. “Not a day, not a single moment has passed where I haven’t felt the crushing weight of regret for the things I’ve said in the past,” she said.
Adding, “I was a troll, full stop. And I am so sorry.”
It’s unclear if Teigen will reach out to Farrah and apologize.