‘Teen Mom’ Alum Farrah Abraham Reacts To Chrissy Teigen’s Apology
Alum Farrah Abraham of Teen Mom OG says Chrissy Teigen‘s apology from Monday was insufficient. TMZ spoke with Abraham on Wednesday, a day after the former MTV actress published her Medium article on the subject. She claimed Teigen lacked the “emotional or mental capability” to apologize correctly.
Since Courtney Stodden spoke out about the abusive comments she received from Chrissy Teigen in 2011 and 2012, Teigen sent Abraham a scathing tweet in 2013. After getting backlash, Teigen apologized with an article on Monday, but she did not name any of the targets of her bullying tweets from the early 2010s.
According to Abraham, 30, who told TMZ, she did not consider Teigen’s piece a “public apology.” Abraham told TMZ that Teigen lacked the “emotional or mental aptitude to apologize adequately to anyone at this moment.” Teigen’s essay, she continued, was “not a proper apology.”
“I can’t handle what I’ve done and the damage,” Abraham said, “so I’m going to take care of myself and my family.” “So, when I need to apologize to someone, I don’t disregard it. ” Teigen can only be the “changed person she pretends she is right now but is not” if she apologizes to the people she has wounded individually, Abraham said.
Surprisingly, Abraham does not believe Teigen should be “dismissed” because of her previous behavior. “You may cancel events, post something, and a lot of other things, but individuals shouldn’t be canceled; they should be counseled. They require mental assistance, as well as breakthroughs “She told TMZ about it. She does not want to “cancel anyone,” adding that she wants “people to get help and stop this suicidal depressive culture.”
Abraham has given several interviews since Stodden spoke out about Teigen’s unkind comments during a May interview with The Daily Beast, seeking an apology from Teigen. Teigen referred to Abraham as a “w—” on Twitter in 2013, after Abraham said she was pregnant with an adult film star’s child, which she was not.
Teigen admitted on Monday that Stodden was not the only one who she had bullied. She stated, “I’ve apologized publicly to one person, but there are others — and more than a few — who I need to say I’m sorry.” In addition, “I’m in the process of privately reaching the people I insulted.”
Abraham responded by claiming that Teigen’s apology article was deceptive. “As you ask yourself, ‘Did Chrissy ever apologize to Farrah,’ hypocritically, no she has not at this moment,” Abraham wrote. “Chrissy closed her lighthearted message, like she had done in the past, by emphasizing the importance of taking care of her family and herself. So I understand the time it will take to really be beyond her past behavior.”
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