Chrissy Teigen Bullying Incident May Cost Her Cookware Line

Chrissy Teigen has always been a bit outspoken.  In most cases, that quality has been what has helped her become a household name.  Most recently however, a Chrissy Teigen bullying incident may be costing her placements and retailers for her Cravings Cookware line.

Target and Macys have seemingly taken the Cravings Cookware line off their website in the aftermath of the Chrissy Teigen bullying incident.  Specifically, Teigen was accused by reality star Courtney Stodden on telling her to take a “dirt nap” on social media, and going further by even sliding in her dms to tell her to kill herself.  The cyber-bullying actually isn’t anything recent, it actually occurred years ago, when Stodden, at 16, married Doug Hutchison.

Courtney Stodden is non-binary and uses the pronouns “they/them”.

Chrissy Teigen has since apologized for the bullying, calling herself an “attention seeking troll”.

While the apology was swift, the response from major retailers Target and Macy’s seems to be even swifter and they have pulled her Cravings Cookware line from their site completely.

The Chrissy Teigen bullying revelation may not completely end her cookware line, because it is still being sold on Amazon and on her personal website. However, with this politically correct climate, all it takes is one company to start a trend, and right now there are already two, and they just so happen to be two of the biggest retailers in the country.

In addition to her cookware line Chrissy also has a Cravings cookbook, and she also hosts several cooking shows.


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