Courtney Stodden Releases Song ‘Bully’ About Chrissy Teigen With Scathing Twitter Receipts
Courtney Stodden is back in the news, and she’s got beef with Chrissy Teigen. The former teenage bride just released a song called “Bully” after calling Chrissy out for some not-so-nice tweets she sent back in the day.
Courtney became famous in 2011 when she married actor Doug Hutchison. The relationship caused controversy, as Courtney was 16 and Doug was 50. The couple got divorced earlier this year.
Courtney Stodden Accuses Chrissy Teigen Of Bullying Her
Courtney, now 25, recently told The Sun that she’s in the process of “healing” from her marriage and the bullying she says she faced from stars like Chrissy Teigen. She’s also writing a book about her experiences.
“As I’m going through this process, it’s forcing me to go through all of the life events I’ve been through,” Courtney said. “My therapist told me, ‘You bury things and you don’t look back.’ I’m realizing how much abuse I endured.”
She revealed tweets from Chrissy posted in 2011 and 2012 in which she tells Courtney to take a “dirt nap” and writes, “I hate you.” Twitter users have posted screenshots of several tweets from Chrissy. Courtney also says Chrissy blocked her.
“I didn’t realize how much it affected me,” Courtney said of Chrissy’s tweets, adding, “It made me see she’s part of this dark issue. Telling girls to take a dirt nap. She needs to learn, apologize and never do this again.”
Courtney Releases Song ‘Bully’ About Chrissy
Courtney shared a new song called “Bully (Chrissy’s Song)” on SoundCloud this week. “Won’t expect a reply / ‘Cause all you ever wanted was for me to die,” Courtney sings on the track. In another verse, she says, “You can’t ignore the past / You can’t ignore the facts.”
In a video on her YouTube page, she called Chrissy a “hypocrite” after she said she was “bummed out” by negative comments about her from cookbook author Alison Roman. For what it’s worth, Chrissy tweeted her appreciation for Alison’s apology and hoped that “we can all be better and learn from the dumb shit we have all said and done.”
In her video, Courtney said she forgives Chrissy, whether or not she apologizes. According to The Sun, Courtney recently released a song called “Butterfly” for survivors of abuse, and has founded a non-profit called Above Abuse.
“Me and my boyfriend Chris Sheng are creating it together,” she said. “We’re going to really try to put a lot of people’s voices where they can share their trauma. It’s directed towards women and LGBTQ, men are allowed too!”