Chrissy Teigen Was a Bully On Twitter According to Courtney Stodden

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The fastest way to get eyeballs on your Twitter is to dunk on someone. The best targets are usually celebrities who are known for being incredibly dumb and thin-skinned. It’s a real shame Gwyneth Paltrow hasn’t used her Twitter in like two years, I feel like she should be getting dunked on daily.

It turns out that recent Twitter ex-pat Chrissy Teigen knew this and used it to build her brand before the “negativity” of the platform drove her off.

If you don’t know who Courtney Stodden is, she’s mostly famous because she married a 50-year-old actor when she was 16. In retrospect, probably not the best decision, but if you were going to be mad about it and send someone incredibly mean tweets, it would probably be her husband, right?

Not if you’re Chrissy Teigen.

Teigen really didn’t like Stoddard, who is about ten years younger than her, when she first showed up in the news.

Of course, that’s just one tweet. One mean tweet isn’t a particularly big deal. Don’t worry, TMZ found a bunch more, which is no small feat since they’re all offline after Teigen closed her account.

The best ones are the ones where Teigen comes right up to the line of telling Stoddard to kill herself, saying things like “go. to sleep. forever,” and “my Friday fantasy: you. dirt nap. mmmmmm baby.”

She also just tweeted “I hate you” once for no reason in particular, which makes me think Teigen was very bothered by Stoddard while Stoddard claims she had no history with Teigen and there was no inciting incident. She was just a popular target at the time.

If you think about it, Teigen’s behavior didn’t change, Donald Trump just presented a more acceptable target for her to troll.

Chrissy, if you ever want to come back, Elon Musk is probably the most dunk-on-able person on the planet and you can do it while still being woke. Way more woke than dunking on a 16-year-old who now claims she was being groomed and emotionally abused while you were piling on.

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