Designer Maxie James Claims Chrissy Teigen Defended Her After Michael Costello Called Her N-Word


Weighing in on the cookbook author’s past anger towards Michael, Maxie shares in a new interview that it ‘stirred from the racism that [Michael] showed [her] 7 years ago’ as he allegedly called her N-word repeatedly.

Things are getting ugly for fashion designer Michael Costello. After model Leona Lewis called him out for allegedly “humiliating” her prior to a 2014 charity fashion show, fellow designer Maxie James shared more insights into Michael’s bullying accusations which he leveled at Chrissy Teigen

In an interview with theJasmineBrand, Maxie called Michael “the biggest bully of them all.”

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How Chrissy Teigen and Michael Costello’s Vicious War of Words Escalated

Chrissy Teigen and fashion designer Michael Costello have been involved in a vicious war of words over the past week, with the row escalating to accusations of doctored DMs and outright lies.

Last week, Teigen made her return to social media after the Courtney Stodden controversy. The model and television personality penned a lengthy apology and reflection on her past behavior.

Then, former Project Runway contestant Costello accused Teigen of bullying him and attempting to sabotage his career to the point where he contemplated suicide.

Costello shared DMs that were allegedly sent to him from Teigen after he was accused

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Michael Costello Called Out After Claiming Chrissy Teigen Bullied Him

Update June 18, 4:30pm CT: According to Chrissy Teigen’s team, the Instagram DMs between Michael Costello and Chrissy Teigen were photoshopped, Business Insider reported. In a statement shared on Twitter, Teigen called the screenshots “fictional” and said she has “never conspired with anyone to harm his career.” Costello has since made his Instagram account private.

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In an Instagram post on Monday, fashion designer Michael Costello said he’s lived with “a deep unhealed trauma” for the past seven years because of a public remark from Chrissy Teigen regarding a “photoshopped comment.” However, some people online claim

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Chrissy Teigen Threatens Legal Action Against Michael Costello Following ‘Fictional’ DM Screenshots

getty(2) Michael Costello, Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen is speaking out and threatening legal action against fashion designer Michael Costello after he accused her of bullying and shared what she and husband John Legend called “fabricated” DMs.

On Friday, several hours after Legend defended his wife against Costello, she posted a lengthy Instagram caption alongside a statement – written on behalf of Teigen – that addressed the ongoing controversy.

“No idea what the f- michael costello is doing,” Teigen, 35, wrote, referring to Costello’s recent statement to the press saying he has emails that prove Teigen “has gone beyond

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Leona Lewis forgives Michael Costello for same thing he said Chrissy Teigen did

Singer Leona Lewis says designer Michael Costello bullied her in 2014. (Rodin Eckenroth / WireImage)

Fashion designer Michael Costello stirred up even more drama for Chrissy Teigen earlier this week when he revealed that the model-turned-entrepreneur had bullied him online in 2014.

In a Monday Instagram post, Costello revealed how Teigen’s “vindictive cyber slander” accused him of being racist based on false claims and left him feeling suicidal.

The “Project Runway” alumnus alleged that Teigen and her stylist, Monica Rose, blacklisted him from the fashion world and kept him in constant fear that he would lose meaningful relationships with

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‘Gutfeld!’ on Hunter Biden’s art, Chrissy Teigen backlash

This is a rush transcript of “Gutfeld!” on June 15, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.


STEPHEN COLBERT, CBS HOST: I also want to give a shout out to the man whose office worked with us for months, right? To get us back in the theater tonight. That’s New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. He’s not here tonight but he asked me to read this note. If you remember me for one thing this year, let it be bringing back the late shows audience. That’s it. 



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