Although Chrissy returned to social media and apologized to those she hurt, the 38-year-old designer revealed he was harassed by the model and still has suicidal thoughts.
Lately Chrissy Teigen has been on everyone's lips, and not because of her fabulous recipes... Recently, stars such as Courtney Stodden spoke out and revealed that they had been bullied by Chrissy online.
That said, the 35-year-old model and entrepeneur issued a lengthy public apology in which she admitted she used to be a "troll" and regretted the things she said and did. However, a new victim has appeared: 38-year-old designer, Michael Costello.
Yesterday (June 14), the designer posted a statement on Instagram in which he said that in order to "heal" he had to "reveal what [he'd] been going through." "I wanted to kill myself, and I still am traumatized, depressed and have thoughts of suicide," he wrote.
As a result of what Chrissy Teigen did to me in 2014, I am not okay.
Then, he shared how for the past 7 years he's been living with "deep, unhealed trauma" and that he didn't share ir before due to "fear."
"In 2014, I received a public comment from Chrissy Teigen on my Instagram page, accusing me of being racist," he explained. Later on, he continued saying that that comment had been photoshopped and he reached out to Chrissy to "communicate that [he] was a victim of a vindicative cyber slander."
"She told me my career was over and that all my doors will be shut from there on," he added, "As a result of what Chrissy Teigen did to me in 2014, I am not okay."
Then, in the same post, Michael shared some texts he shared with Chrissy in which he told him he would "get what's coming" too him and that she hoped that story keeped his "already dead career going." Another alleged text from Chrissy said: "Racist people like you deserve to suffer and die. You might as well be dead. Your career is over, just watch."