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Chrissy Teigen beams in a black fedora and cozy cardigan as she visits her LA office

Chrissy Teigen made a rare public outing amid her ongoing bully scandal as she visited her office in Los Angeles on Monday.

The 35-year-old model and wife of John Legend was spotted grinning ear-to-ear as she emerged from her black Porsche to head into the building while sporting a comfortable yet stylish ensemble.

She ventured out of her home just days after she accused the fashion designer Michael Costello of fabricating a series of DMs that allegedly showed her saying he deserved to ‘suffer and die.’

Back to work: Chrissy Teigen, 35, made a rare public outing on Monday when she ventured out to her office in Los Angeles following her social media bully scandal

Chrissy was a beaming beauty in her tunic-style cream-colored cardigan, which she belted around her waist to emphasize her hourglass figure.

She put on a busty display under it and showed off a hint of her toned tummy thanks to a low-cut black cropped tank top.

The 5ft9in model long legs popped in a set of frayed cut-off jeans, and she elevated her stature with wrinkled green suede boots. 

She added some extra flair to her ensemble with a striking black fedora and complemented it with a quilted Chanel handbag slung across her torso. 

Great mood: Chrissy was a beaming beauty in her tunic-style cream-colored cardigan, which she belted around her waist to emphasize her hourglass figure

Great mood: Chrissy was a beaming beauty in her tunic-style cream-colored cardigan, which she belted around her waist to emphasize her hourglass figure

Stellar figure: She put on a busty display under it and showed off a hint of her toned tummy thanks to a low-cut black cropped tank top

Stellar figure: She put on a busty display under it and showed off a hint of her toned tummy thanks to a low-cut black cropped tank top

Chrissy had her caramel-colored tresses tied up in a top knot to frame her impeccably made-up face and her enormous gold hoop earrings.

It looked as if she was ready to get back to work after lying low over her social media scandals, as she had magazines with some mouthwatering images of food, which may have been part of her upcoming cookbook campaign. 

The TV star was seen parking her black Porsche in a car port next to the office, where she unloaded some items with an assistant.

‘I’m good,’ Chrissy shared in a short video as onlookers asked how she was doing. 

Prime spot: The TV star was seen parking her black Porsche in a car port next to the office

Prime spot: The TV star was seen parking her black Porsche in a car port next to the office

Helping hands: An assistant joined her to help unload some things to bring inside

Helping hands: An assistant joined her to help unload some things to bring inside 

Standing tall: The 5ft9in model long legs popped in a set of frayed cut-off jeans, and she elevated her stature with wrinkled green suede boots

Standing tall: The 5ft9in model long legs popped in a set of frayed cut-off jeans, and she elevated her stature with wrinkled green suede boots

Black hat: She added some extra flair to her ensemble with a striking black fedora

Accessorized: The model complemented it with a quilted Chanel handbag slung across her torso

Black hat: She added some extra flair to her ensemble with a striking black fedora and complemented it with a quilted Chanel handbag slung across her torso

She also weighed in on speculation that she’s trying to set up an interview with Oprah Winfrey to delve into her bullying scandal, inspired by the iconic interviewers sitdown with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

When asked if the interview would happen, she replied: ‘I have no idea, honestly, to Oprah! I have no idea about the Oprah thing.’

Courtney Stodden, the victim of Chrissy’s Twitter vitriol, has also expressed interest in joining the model on a high-profile interview.

Courtney, who identifies as nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns, said on Saturday that they would want to join the chat if it could ‘help save lives.’

‘I think that would really be interesting… Oprah has a really big platform, and I think if it helps save lives, by me sharing my story I would consider it,’ the ex Celebrity Big Brother star said.

High spirits: 'I'm good,' Chrissy shared in a short video as onlookers asked how she was doing

High spirits: ‘I’m good,’ Chrissy shared in a short video as onlookers asked how she was doing

In the news: She also weighed in on speculation that she's trying to set up an interview with Oprah Winfrey to delve into her bullying scandal, inspired by the iconic interviewers sitdown with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

In the news: She also weighed in on speculation that she’s trying to set up an interview with Oprah Winfrey to delve into her bullying scandal, inspired by the iconic interviewers sitdown with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

No idea: When asked if the interview would happen, she replied: 'I have no idea, honestly, to Oprah! I have no idea about the Oprah thing'

No idea: When asked if the interview would happen, she replied: ‘I have no idea, honestly, to Oprah! I have no idea about the Oprah thing’

In on the action: Courtney Stodden, the victim of Chrissy's Twitter vitriol, has also expressed interest in joining the model on a high-profile interview

For a good cause: Courtney said on Saturday that they would want to join the chat if it could 'help save lives'

Open to it: Courtney Stodden, the victim of Chrissy’s Twitter vitriol, has also expressed interest in joining the model on a high-profile interview. Courtney said on Saturday that they would want to join the chat if it could ‘help save lives’

Considering it: 'I think that would really be interesting... Oprah has a really big platform, and I think if it helps save lives, by me sharing my story I would consider it,' the ex Celebrity Big Brother star said

Considering it: ‘I think that would really be interesting… Oprah has a really big platform, and I think if it helps save lives, by me sharing my story I would consider it,’ the ex Celebrity Big Brother star said

On the job: It looked as if she was ready to get back to work after lying low over her social media scandals, as she had magazines with some mouthwatering images of food, which may have been part of her upcoming cookbook campaign

On the job: It looked as if she was ready to get back to work after lying low over her social media scandals, as she had magazines with some mouthwatering images of food, which may have been part of her upcoming cookbook campaign

Chrissy originally sent the tweets to Courtney in 2011, when they were only 16.

The bullying messages included Chrissy saying she wanted Courtney to take a ‘dirt nap,’ a euphemism for dying.

The Bring The Funny judge subsequently shared a public apology and went mostly silent on Twitter, though she has begun reappearing on her Instagram account.

But last week, Project Runway designer Michael Costello reenergized the debate over Chrissy’s social media persona by claiming that she sent him a series of bullying direct messages and hounded him over a photoshopped racist social media post.

But on Friday, a furious Chrissy returned fire and claimed that the messages Michael shared had been ‘fabricated,’ while her husband John Legend also supported her.

‘No idea what the f**** Michael Costello is doing,’ she tweeted. 

Another accuser: Michael Costello, who was spotted out on Saturday in Riverside, California, accused Chrissy of sending him bullying direct messages over a photoshopped racist social media post

Fighting back: But the model shared a furious denouncement on Twitter on Friday in which she claimed the message screenshots he shared had been doctored

Michael Costello, who was spotted out on Saturday in Riverside, California, accused Chrissy of sending him bullying direct messages over a photoshopped racist social media post. But the model shared a furious denouncement on Twitter on Friday in which she claimed the message screenshots he shared had been doctored

Chrissy hits back: Teigen used offensive language in her tweet on Friday to hit back at claims made by Michael Costello on Twitter

Sticking up for Chrissy: The 42-year-old EGOT winner took to Twitter to defend Chrissy calling the purported direct messages 'made up, completely fake' and questioning why someone would 'insert themselves' in the current bullying backlash that the model is facing

Chrissy hits back: Teigen used offensive language in her tweet on Friday to hit back at claims made by Michael on Twitter, and her husband John Legend also hit back at the designer

Blindsided: 'No idea what the f**** Michael Costello is doing,' she tweeted

Blindsided: ‘No idea what the f**** Michael Costello is doing,’ she tweeted

In her statement, Chrissy said that her Instagram handle had been misspelled in the screenshots posted by Michael, and she also claimed that the screenshots showed Instagram design elements that weren’t part of the site at the time the messages were allegedly sent.

Amid her social media scandals, the catwalk star has relied on her husband John.

On Sunday, she shared a sweet Father’s Day photo of him with their five-year-old daughter Luna and three-year-old son Miles with a loving caption.

‘There are no words. Only tears that I am fresh out of,’ she wrote, possibly alluding to the scandal. ‘To our everything, we love you forever.’

'To our everything': On Sunday, she shared a sweet Father's Day photo of him with their five-year-old daughter Luna and three-year-old son Miles with a loving caption. 'There are no words. Only tears that I am fresh out of,' she wrote

‘To our everything’: On Sunday, she shared a sweet Father’s Day photo of him with their five-year-old daughter Luna and three-year-old son Miles with a loving caption. ‘There are no words. Only tears that I am fresh out of,’ she wrote


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