Chrissy Teigen is marking a memorable milestone.
The Cravings: All Collectively cookbook writer opened up about being 100 days sober in her first TV interview since cyberbullying allegations that started in Might. “I am so excited. I really feel so good, I really feel very clear-headed,” Teigen revealed to As we speak host Hoda Kotb on Oct. 26.
The star first introduced she was 4 weeks sober in December 2020 after publicly acknowledging she was “consuming an excessive amount of” through the years.
As for the cyberbullying controversy, Teigen defined, “I really feel like I’ve accomplished the work and I simply hope these individuals can forgive and be capable of welcome the truth that hopefully they’ve seen me be higher.”
Teigen beforehand penned a public apology for previous tweets and DMs to Courtney Stodden, Michael Costello and Farrah Abraham.
“There may be merely no excuse for my previous horrible tweets. My targets did not deserve them. Nobody does,” Teigen wrote in an open letter on Medium in June. “Lots of them wanted empathy, kindness, understanding and assist, not my meanness masquerading as a type of informal, edgy humor. I used to be a troll, full cease. And I’m so sorry.”