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Author and conservative commentator Candace Owens is not too quick to respond to Chrissy Teigen’s second apology on social media, weeks after the former swimsuit model took vows of silence over allegations of cyberbullying.
“The problem with #chrissyteigen’s hate speech is that she apologizes for who she was ‘a long time ago’,” wrote Owens in response to Teigen’s long memorandum explaining her position on her past actions.
She continued, “Let’s get that straight – Chrissy has spent the past 6 years harassing conservative women online who have done NOTHING to her. This was not a bad time in her life.
On Monday, Teigen, 35, used social media to share a long post she wrote on Medium address the “VERY humiliating weeks” and apologize to anyone they may have hurt.
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“There is not a day, not a moment, that I have not felt the overwhelming weight of regret for the things I have said in the past,” she said.
The star then went on to unequivocally denounce her past actions. “I was a troll, period. And I’m so sorry,” she wrote.
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Teigen also wrote that she is ashamed to be publicly called on by some of her cyberbullying victims, such as Courtney Stodden, to understand that “words have consequences and there are real people behind the Twitter handles I followed.”
The model’s note follows her apology to Stodden last month, saying she was “embarrassed” and “embarrassed”.
Teigen’s apology on Monday prompted some of her loved ones to give up their support for their post.
“Sending love,” commented actress Yvette Nicole Brown below the post, while Teigen’s husband, John Legend, followed the path of many of her other friends, adding heart emojis in place of written words.
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Zoe Saldana defended Teigen and let the model know that her words would not go unheard. “The trolling you get is also inappropriate,” wrote Saldana. “I see you and I respect you.”
Though Teigen’s post received praise from her friends and family, Owens posted another tweet on Monday. accusing Teigen’s PR team “deletes negative comments” under the “Bring the Funny” judge’s Instagram apology “to create the illusion that the world will forgive her.”
“This is little more than a carefully crafted Hollywood PR stunt,” Owens tweeted. “She’s still a vicious sociopathic narcissist.”
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A representative from Teigen did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.