Chrissy Teigen has been “replaced on a Netflix show” she was due to appear on, after claims she bullied Lindsay Lohan, Farrah Abraham and Courtney Stodden.
The 35-year-old model has been engulfed in controversy in recent weeks after past online messages came back to haunt her, according to The Sun.
John Legend’s wife’s past actions have since cost her work and endorsement deals.
Chrissy has already lost a lucrative partnership with American retailer Target since the scandal hit.
Now it seems she may have also lost work with Netflix as a result.
The show, Never Have I Ever, follows the life of a high school teen, with celebrity stars featuring on the series to provide voice-over commentary for episodes.
Chrissy had been due to feature in the second season, but a spokesperson for the show told Variety: “The role is expected to be recast.”
The report also suggests Chrissy herself took the decision to drop out of the planned voice work.
The scandal hit after she was accused of cyber-bullying by model Courtney Stodden, who claimed Chrissy had messaged them saying they should kill themself.
After the news erupted, the blonde, who identifies as non-binary, shared a screenshot confirming that Chrissy had blocked them on Twitter, with the caption reading: “I accept her apology and forgive her.
“But the truth remains the same, I have never heard from her or her camp in private.
“In fact, she blocked me on Twitter. All of me wants to believe this is a sincere apology, but it feels like a public attempt to save her partnerships with Target and other brands who are realising her ‘wokeness’ is a broken record.”
Then a social media post that Chrissy had written about Lindsay Lohan on January 16, 2011 resurfaced, encouraging her to self harm.
Chrissy posted: “Lindsay adds a few more slits to her wrists when she sees emma stone.”
This week Teen Mom alum Farrah Abraham also slammed Chrissy as an “unfit person for society” after the model branded her a “w***e” in a now deleted tweet from 2013.
She said in an interview with Fox News: “It‘s really just a pathetic statement after someone has gone to therapy publicly for sex shaming, working through my own depression, bereavement, and vulnerabilities at that time.
“I don‘t even say the words she says.”
The mom of one called her “an unfit person in society” after the resurfaced tweet from Chrissy was shared last month by author Candace Owens.
In 2013, Farrah released a sex tape, which Chrissy roasted in a series of tweets at that time.
Chrissy wrote at the time: “In other news, you‘re a w***e” and everyone hates you, whoops not other news, sorry.”
When the tweet resurfaced, Farrah called Chrissy “disturbing” and urged her to “get mental help”.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and is republished with permission.