“Not many people are fortunate enough to be held accountable to all of their past cops – before the world,” she tweeted on May 12th. “I’m ashamed and sad about who I once was was an insecure, attention grabbing troll. I am ashamed and ashamed of my behavior, but that is nothing compared to how I made Courtney feel. “
Teigen continued, “I have worked so hard to bring you joy and to be loved, and the feeling of being abandoned is really almost unbearable. These weren’t my only mistakes and certainly won’t be my last, as hard as I try, but God I’ll try !! “
Teigen added, “I tried to get in touch with Courtney privately, but since I was publicly fueling all of this, I would also like to apologize publicly. I’m so sorry, Courtney. Hope you can heal now that you know how sorry I am. I am so sorry for failing you. I will work forever to be better than 10 years, 1 year, 6 months ago. “
Stodden said on Instagram last month that they accepted Teigen’s apology and forgave her, but added that neither the star nor her staff communicated with them privately.
“In fact, she blocked me on Twitter,” added Stodden. “I want everyone to believe this is a sincere apology, but it feels like a public attempt to save their partnerships with Target and other brands that realize their alertness is a record.”
After Teigen apologized, it was reported that their line of Cravings cookware was no longer available from Target. A representative of the retailer told Fox Business in a statement at the time: “We made a joint decision in December to no longer run the cookware line as we continue to focus on brands that we develop and that can only be found at Target.” However, Target is still selling their cookbooks.