John Legend says wife Chrissy Teigen is doing ‘great’ despite cyberbullying scandal


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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have been married since 2013. Photo: AFP

Although Chrissy Teigen is in the midst of a cyberbullying scandal, her husband says she’s weathering the storm.

“She’s doing great,” John Legend told a paparazzo when asked how his wife (since 2013) is handling all the criticism.

“Take care,” the Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award winner added before driving away from reporters on June 16. “Have a good one.”

Teigen, 35, initially faced backlash after now-26-year-old non-binary star Courtney Stodden revealed she once sent them private messages encouraging the then-16-year-old to kill themselves.

On June 14, the former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model posted an open letter, expressing her regret over those past tweets and asked fans for “patience”.

The Cravings cookbook author wrote that there are “more than just a few” people she needs to publicly apologise to and has been reaching out to some of the people she was mean to privately.

Her loving spouse supported her by tweeting it from his verified Twitter account and highlighting a line she wrote which said: “We are all more than our worst moments.”. – New York Daily News/Tribune News Service

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