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Michael Costello Reportedly Faked Those DMs of Chrissy Teigen 'Bullying' Him

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 20, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 20, 2021 |


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The Chrissy Teigen situation took a turn as her team has produced strong evidence that Michael Costello faked those DMs that made it look she told him to kill himself. At this juncture, it’s interesting to note that while Chrissy has apologized for her public tweets to Courtney Stodden, she has neither confirmed nor denied telling Stodden to kill themselves, and Stodden has never provided proof that it happened. However, there was a pretty quick turnaround in nailing Costello to the wall, so if the Stodden thing didn’t happen, you’d just assume Chrissy’s team would have fired back already, but they have not. I dunno, something to think about. (Dlisted)

Michael B. Jordan and Drake showed up to a high school basketball game just to watch Lebron James’ son play. (Lainey Gossip)

Ben Affleck won’t let the intense media scrutiny get in the way of Bennifer 2.0, but I think the cat’s out of the bag on that one because everyone knew about this before they even touched nips. Good luck. (Celebitchy)

In light of the whole Anthony Mackie thing, I thought this was apropos:

From Jen: The 21 best TV comedies of the 21st century so far. (NYT)

From Roxana: Dennis Rodman as Moira Rose, a thread. (Jeremy Taché)

RIP Champ Biden.

After the Test Integration Email snafu, which was not that big of a deal, social media has the HBO Max intern’s back. (Variety)

Oh good, Bill Maher weighed in on the In The Heights controversy. That’s just what that situation needed. (Deadline)

And Zack Snyder had to ruin the whole “Does Batman give head?” fun by being his unsubtle Zack Snyder self. Just a warning, this link is NSFW. (Twitter)

Sometimes a book is so relatable, it’s like a gut punch. During her first year as a new mother, Caitlin_D read The New One, Mike Birbiglia’s account of reluctantly becoming a new father. "But, while he loves his daughter it is really the love for his wife that comes through in this memoir." If you wrote a memoir of this past year, what would you want readers to know at the end? (Cannonball Read 13)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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