Chrissy Teigen Retires From Netflix Comedy After Controversy
Chrissy Teigen Retired from a planned voice role in a Netflix comedyI never did beforeAfter revealing her involvement in cyberbullying against model and reality TV personality Courtney Stodden.
Teigen has chosen to drop a planned voice role in an episode of the upcoming second season of Mindy Kaling’s Netflix upcoming comedy. The series contains an audio narration of the main characters performed by guest actors.
“Never Have I Ever” is about a first-generation Native American teen who navigates high school as she deals with the loss of her father. A spokesperson for the program said the role is expected to be recast.
Teigen issued a public apology on May 12 after Stodden revealed in an interview with The Daily Beast that Teigen had stalked them online a decade earlier, after Stodden married actor Doug Hutchison when they were 16 and he was 60. Stodden revealed that Teigen directly sent them messages with intense sarcasm such as “I can’t wait to die.”
Teigen publicly apologized to Stodden in a lengthy Twitter post in which Teigen sought to take responsibility.
Not many people are fortunate enough to be responsible for all their ex-Bulls, in front of the entire world. I feel terrified and sad for what I was doing. I was an insecure troll looking for attention,” Teigen wrote in a Twitter post. 13.5 million followers on Twitter and 34.9 million followers on Instagram have not sent a tweet since his three-part apology on May 12.
“I’ve Never Done It Before” comes from Universal Television. Mindy Kaling created the series with Lang Fisher, executive producer and show director. Kaling is also an executive producer with Howard Klein and David Miner of 3 Arts Entertainment.
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