Seven years have already passed since John Legend and Chrissy Teigen got hitched. One publication, however, asserted that their marriage is disintegrating as a result of her bullying controversy.
John Legend Supposedly Felt Let Down by His Wife.
Model Courtney Stodden recently spoke up about being harassed by famous people. She said that Chrissy Teigen was one of them and that she harshly chastised her and even gave her suicide advice.
The bullying issue is ruining Chrissy Teigen’s friendships and career. However, a source informed In Touch that it also hurt her marriage to Legend.
Legend, according to the alleged insider, was unhappy with what was happening to his wife, the source stated. Since they started dating in 2007, the problem is said to have caused Legend to wonder whether he actually knew Teigen.
He’s sad, but he’s also upset about what’s happening to his wife, the insider added. “He’s trying to be there for her, but he’s also really unhappy.”
“This is not the woman he married and fell in love with. And now, Chrissy-hating pals of John are pressuring him to break up with her.
According to the story, Teigen’s husband was unaware of the dark side of her that the incident revealed. He was “blindsided” by the latest problem because she apparently only revealed one side of herself to him, and it wasn’t her dark side.
The source continued by mentioning a potential divorce and claimed that if they did decide to separate, $150 million would be at risk. The article’s conclusion speculated that Teigen might lose her cool over the situation, especially given her history of alcohol abuse.
John Legend Being Bullied by Chrissy Teigen?
Then Life & Style revealed that Teigen reportedly beats Legend at home and doesn’t only abuse people online. The sources for the tabloid claim that Teigen routinely made fun of him and called him names like a nerd and a dork. The tipster admitted, “While John’s the kindest person and normally simply puts up with it, it’s definitely led to some conflicts.”
But after investigating the tabloid’s accusations, we discovered that it had grotesquely misrepresented Teigen and Legend’s marriage.
Teigen is known for her occasional jokes, and her husband is obviously fair game, but it has never gone beyond some light mocking. There must be couples out there who occasionally make fun of one another. Overall, we discovered zero evidence to back up the demeaning claim made in this article.
John Legend Received a Divorce Demand Letter?
Finally, Teigen’s most recent social media stunt, according to The Enquirer, was Legend’s breaking point. Teigen received criticism after hosting a party that was based on the hit TV show Squid Game.
A source slammed Teigen and her wealthy pals for missing the point of the show, saying that it was about individuals who were so desperate and destitute that they would risk their lives to get by. The tipster said, “John loves Chrissy very much, but he can’t understand why she keeps putting him in danger.”
The fact that Legend helped organize, plan, and pay for the party, however, seems to be completely ignored by the magazine. They hosted it together as a couple, so it wasn’t just Teigen’s party.
While it’s simple to solely hold Teigen responsible for the incident since she posted about it on social media, Legend shares equal responsibility. All things considered, we didn’t think that Legend would mention divorce because of a party he actually liked. We didn’t believe the incendiary story in this magazine because Legend had unquestionably supported Teigen through much worse.
How Did John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Meet?
During the filming of his “Stereo” music video in 2006, when Chrissy was cast to play his love interest, John and Chrissy first met.
In 2014, she said to Cosmopolitan, “I walked into John’s dressing room to meet him, and he was ironing in his underwear.” “You do your own ironing? I exclaimed. Of course, I do, the man replied. I embraced him.
On set, the two clicked, and that evening they grew closer over In-N-Out burgers. That’s not a lie. She acknowledged, “We hooked up.
When Did Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Tie the Knot?
After getting officially married in a New York City courthouse on September 14, 2013, the pair celebrated their nuptials in Lake Como, Italy, two years later, a month after he dedicated his hit song “All of Me” to his future wife.
At the time, she said to E! News, “We are stupid and didn’t realize that our Italian wedding would not be recognized unless we had a legitimate ceremony in New York City.” Irina Shayk, the most stunning woman alive, served as our witness.