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Courtney Stodden demands brands dump ‘disgusting’ Chrissy Teigen for ‘encouraging’ then-minor model to ‘commit suicide’

COURTNEY Stodden has not seen the end of her battle with Chrissy Teigen as she demands that brands drop the model for "encouraging" her to "commit suicide."

The Couples Therapy star has been blasting the Sports Illustrated model over the past week after a series of "violent" tweets reemerged from a decade ago.

Courtney, 26, has urged brands such as Vrbo and PayPal to drop Chrissy, 35, from their campaigns, after revealing tweets from the mom of two telling the younger star to "kill herself" in 2011.

The Chrissy's Court frontrunner took to Twitter to apologize for her previous behavior, claiming that she also personally offered her condolences to the blonde via DM.

However, Courtney, who identifies as non-binary, denied the private apology, telling the DailyMail "she said she did but she didn't."

"She apologized on Twitter but I was blocked from the apology so couldn't really see it but a few people sent it to me," they claimed.

"I feel if she was sincerely sorry she would have at least got in touch with me privately. She said she did but she didn't."

In light of the scandal, Chrissy has already lost her brand deal with Target, but Courtney believes many others should follow suit.

"Vrbo, Target, Paypal... I think should really reconsider aligning with someone who promotes violence and encourages a minor to commit suicide," they asserted.

"That is disgusting and it's not a good look. Luckily we have a choice where we spend our money."

Courtney also argued how supporting someone who "harasses and bullies" reflects negatively on companies, and that her sponsors should "rethink" their decision to partner.

"I am living proof that you can get through harassment and bullying. I think anybody dealing with a bully - you are so worthy and no matter how in power that bully is or how popular that bully is, life is always worth living.

"And it's really awful to feel like you're dispensable and your life is dispensable. I really think the brands need to rethink that."

Courtney continued on to say that Chrissy has "made her career out of apologizing" and they confessed that being in the media over the last week has "not been easy."

"I'm doing good. You know it's not easy but I'm getting through it. I'm happy," they shared.

A decade ago the swimsuit model published a barrage of tweets aimed at then 16-year-old Courtney, telling the teenager to "go to sleep forever."

Not only would Chrissy tweet messages of hate, but the Celebrity Big Brother star says she would "privately DM me and tell me to kill myself," saying things like "I can't wait for you to die."

The television personality, who has been married to John Legend since 2013, issued a public apology on Wednesday and claimed that she sent a private message to Courtney as well.

Since the scandal broke, Chrissy has received heavy backlash from both fans and other celebrities like Candace Owens, Farrah Abraham and Lindsay Lohan's mom Dina.

Target has confirmed the news that they will no longer be working with Teigen in a statement reading: "We made the mutual decision in December to no longer carry the cookware line, given our continued focus on brands we develop and that can only be found at Target."

Candace Owens says Chrissy Teigen 'should've been canceled long ago' after 'urging Courtney Stodden, 16, to kill self'

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