One day after Amanda Bynes called Chrissy Teigen "old" and "ugly" on Twitter, the model explained why she felt it necessary to discuss the troubled star on the social network to begin with."I feel like, I'm always very outspoken, but it goes without saying, I think there's a problem here," she tells E! News. "Something's wrong and I just loved her. I loved her so much and I was rooting for her so long, and what's happening now is wrong."
Chrissy Teigen, Alyssa Milano and More Stars Trying to Help Amanda Bynes on TwitterAnd the 27-year-old, who's engaged to musician John Legend, believes Amanda needs to quit social media."It's a really bad point for her right now," she says, "so I felt the need to say it."On Tuesday, Chrissy tweeted:
The fact that Amanda Bynes has any "support" to retweet is really unsettling.— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) May 29, 2013
The fact that Amanda Bynes has any "support" to retweet is really unsettling.
Support people with mental illness, yes. But don't condone/enable scary and poor behavior.— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) May 29, 2013
Support people with mental illness, yes. But don't condone/enable scary and poor behavior.
Amanda, 27, retaliated, writing, "Ur not a pretty model compared to me. I signed to Ford models @ age 13. I don't look up to u beauty wise. I'm far prettier than u! I'm offended that you're saying I have a mental illness when I show no sign of it, but thankfully not one man that wants me wants you and you are an old ugly model compared to me! You look 45! You're not pretty so I'm not intimidated by you! I think you're jealous that you're just an ugly model whos career is uninspiring! I don't respect you! You're no beauty queen! I'm a beauty queen!"
Amanda Bynes Says the Case Stemming from Her Arrest Will Be DroppedBut it wasn't her words that hurt Chrissy — it was the fans who got involved. In fact, the brunette beauty made it a point to tell her 244,000 followers to stop tweeting about it.
I never ask anything of you guys but please. I don't need defending and please stop writing her. It's not funny, it's sad.— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) May 29, 2013
I never ask anything of you guys but please. I don't need defending and please stop writing her. It's not funny, it's sad.
"The hard part after seeing them [followers] trying to defend me, I don't need that," Chrissy shares. "I mean, it's fine. I was fine with her comment. That was the hard part afterwards."
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