John Legend and Chrissy Teigen re-list mansion for $17.85M

Second time’s the charm? John Legend and Chrissy Teigen re-list stunning $17.85 MILLION Beverly Hills mansion – complete with movie theater and at-home glam room – after failing to sell it amid model’s 2021 online bullying scandal

  • Legend, 43, and Teigen, 36, have re-listed their luxurious Beverly Hills mansion for nearly $18 million, after a contract with a potential buyer fell through amid the model’s bullying scandal
  • The glamorous three story home spans over 8,250 square feet in one of the most prominent zip codes and has previously been owned by Rihanna
  • Legend and Teigen’s former home boasts six bedrooms, a jacuzzi, a theatre, floor-to-ceiling windows, a personal glam room and its very own gym 
  • The couple purchased the home for $14.1 million in 2016 and they have now re-listed the home for a whopping $17.85 million after a 2021 contract fell through 
  • The star-studded couple was the center of scandal after tweets of Teigen bullying other celebrities resurfaced, sparking a furious backlash against the model

Musician John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen have re-listed their luxurious Beverly hills mansion for nearly $18 million after a contract with a potential buyer fell through amid the model’s controversial 2021 online bullying scandal. 

The glamorous three-story California home spans over 8,250 square feet in one of the most prominent zip codes and has previously been owned by Rihanna. 

Legend, 43, and Teigen, 36 had bought the home for $14.1 million in 2016 and lived there till July 2021, but after a previous contract did not go through, the couple has re-listed the home for a whopping $17.85 million. 

Legend and Teigen have re-listed their luxurious Beverly Hills mansion for nearly $18 million, after a contract with a potential buyer fell through amid the model’s 2021 online bullying scandal

The glamorous three story home spans over 8,250 square feet in one of the most prominent zip codes and has previously been owned by Rihanna

Legend, 43, and Teigen’s, 36, former home boasts six bedrooms, a jacuzzi, a theatre, floor-to-ceiling windows, a personal glam room and its very own gym

This six-bedroom home sits in a private gated community and boasts exquisite detailing and comprehensive views along with contemporary architecture

This six-bedroom home sits in a private gated community and boasts exquisite detailing and comprehensive views along with contemporary architecture. 

The sunken living room has an extraordinary 33-foot custom ceiling that adds another touch of elegance to the property. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to radiate through the property and pour into the main floor, which also includes an elegant foyer and sitting room with a brass fireplace. 

In addition to large windows, the home boasts a personal glam room perfect for any aspiring model to get ready to hit the catwalk and a showroom-style closet.  

As well as its very own theatre, full-sized gym, heated pool, and jacuzzi, the property makes the perfect entertaining home and also features an ‘assortment of comfortable gathering spaces,’ according to the listing. 

An elegant staircase leads up to a ‘collection of guest rooms and a family room/office space with captivating views.’ 

And the property of course boasts a chef’s kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances and an ‘entertainer’s island with the range built in.’ 

The chef’s kitchen became Teigen’s most beloved area of the home as the author spent most of her time working on her cookbook Cravings collection. 

The celebrity couple’s home even pays homage to Teigen’s family’s Southeast Asian roots, ‘specifically the hand-carved, patterned ceiling in the living room was imported from Thailand.’ 

According to the listing agent Carl Gambino, the home offers ‘convenient access to the best of Beverly Hills,’ making it the ‘gold standard for luxury living.’ 

The Beverly Hills mansion is furnished with chic decor and brass and stone touches fill the home to mix modern and chic in one property 

The celebrity couple’s home even pays homage to Teigen’s family’s Southeast Asian roots, ‘specifically the hand-carved, patterned ceiling in the living room was imported from Thailand’

In addition, the home boasts a personal glam room perfect for any aspiring model to get ready to hit the catwalk and a showroom-style closet

The guest bedrooms offer the perfect balance of comfort and luxury as many can be used as children’s bedrooms like the one shown above 

According to the listing agent Carl Gambino, the home offers ‘convenient access to the best of Beverly Hills,’ making it the ‘gold standard for luxury living’

Although the couple tried to sell the property in 2021, they were forced to withdraw amid a long social media battle after controversial bullying claims scandaled Teigen. 

The string of bullying allegations against the model came after model Courtney Stooden, 27, – who came out as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns – revealed Teigen ‘would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself’, after Teigen would publicly troll Stooden on Twitter in 2011. 

Stooden made the claims in an interview with the Daily Beast and explained they were just 16 years old when Teigen publicly trolled them.  

Stodden claimed: ‘She wouldn’t just publicly tweet about wanting me to take “a dirt nap” but would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself. Things like, “I can’t wait for you to die.”‘ 

A ‘dirt nap’ alludes to a dead person’s burial, and Teigen’s 2011 tweet to Stodden reads: ‘My Friday fantasy: You. Dirt nap. Mmmmmm baby.’

Another tweet from Teigen to Stodden stated: ‘go. to sleep. forever.’

The jacuzzi, heated pool and multiple seating areas make the home the perfect entertaining spot, allowing guests to take in captivating views of one of the most prominent zip codes 

With chic furniture and even a brass fireplace, the property is the perfect spot for a modern minimalist to call their new home  

Privacy is one of the homes best features as it sits far from other homes in a private gated community 

The home features a formal dining room with patterned ceilings, a large dining table, brass sliding doors, vintage decor and elegant furniture

Floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to radiate through the property and pour into the main floor

It is not clear what triggered Teigen to launch the public attacks on Stodden, other than at the time they were just 16 years old and had gained notoriety for marrying Doug Hutchinson, who was 51.

However, some of the tweets Teigen was responding to are no longer available to view on Twitter.

Fashion designer and Project Runway alum Michael Costello also claimed Teigen bullied him based on a faulty belief that he’d posted racist messages, which then resulted in Teigen taunting him, torpedoing his career and leaving him with suicidal thoughts. 

In screenshots Costello said were DMs he exchanged with Teigen, she purportedly wrote to him, ‘Racist people like you deserve to suffer and die. You might as well be dead. Your career is over, just watch.’ 

Although reps for Teigen told Business Insider the DMs Costello shared had been manipulated, tweets of the model trolling others continued to resurface. 

Teigen came under fire after cruel posts on Twitter aimed at s come under fire in Stodden, Lindsay Lohan, Quvenzhané Wallis, and others resurfaced. 

Although the couple tried to sell the property in 2021, they were forced to withdraw amid a long social media battle after controversial bullying claims scandaled Teigen

Teigen has been the target of backlash since abusive tweets by the star, originally made in 2011, resurfaced online, including one that urged then 16-year-old TV personality Courtney Stodden (pictured above in 2019), who identifies as non-binary, to kill themselves

In one tweet Teigen told the non-binary reality star to ‘take a dirt nap,’ which is slang for death


Fashion designer and Project Runway alum Michael Costello also claimed Teigen bullied him based on a faulty belief that he’d posted racist messages, which then resulted in Teigen taunting him, torpedoing his career and leaving him with suicidal thoughts 

 In screenshots Costello said were DMs he exchanged with Teigen, she purportedly wrote to him, ‘Racist people like you deserve to suffer and die. You might as well be dead. Your career is over, just watch’

In 2013, she described nine-year-old Oscar nominee Wallis as ‘cocky’ and called Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham, then 21, a ‘wh***’. 

Lohan was also the subject of an insensitive post by Teigen. A tweet from January 2011 read: ‘Lindsay adds a few more slits to her wrists when she sees Emma Stone.’ 

Amid the backlash, Teigen was dropped by several companies, including Safely, the cleaning brand she founded with Kris Jenner; Macy’s; Target; and Bloomingdale’s.

Furthermore, large retailers removed her line of Cravings cookware from its shelves and Teigen pulled out as a narrator in the Netflix TV show Never Have I Ever. 

In a Medium post, Teigen admitted to the bullying claims and added she plans to reach out to everyone she has insulted. 

Teigen began by writing: ‘Hi all. It has been a VERY humbling few weeks.

‘I know I’ve been quiet, and lord knows you don’t want to hear about me, but I want you to know I’ve been sitting in a hole of deserved global punishment, the ultimate “sit here and think about what you’ve done”,’ the supermodel wrote.

‘Not a day, not a single moment has passed where I haven’t felt the crushing weight of regret for the things I’ve said in the past.


Farrah Abraham calls Chrissy Teigen an ‘unfit person in society’ and tells her to ‘get therapy’… after she called Teen Mom star a ‘w***e’ in past 2013 tweets amid cyberbullying scandal

Lindsay Lohan was also the subject of an insensitive post by Teigen. A tweet from January 2011 read: ‘Lindsay adds a few more slits to her wrists when she sees Emma Stone’

In a Medium post, Teigen admitted to the bullying claims and added she plans to reach out to everyone she has insulted 

 

‘I was a troll, full stop. And I am so sorry,’ Teigen writes in her Medium post from Monday.

She added: ‘There is simply no excuse for my past horrible tweets. My targets didn’t deserve them. No one does.

‘Many of them needed empathy, kindness, understanding, and support, not my meanness masquerading as a kind of casual, edgy humor.’

Teigen continued: ‘When I first started using social media, I had so much fun with it.

‘I made jokes, random observations. Think of all the engineers, working day and night to develop this amazing new platform and technology, connecting people all over the world to learn, create, and find kindred spirits.

‘And I used it to snark at some celebrities.’

Teigen noted that her cruel tweets came as a result of her insecurities and a need to ‘to impress strangers to be accepted.’

‘If there was a pop culture pile-on, I took to Twitter to try to gain attention and show off what I at the time believed was a crude, clever, harmless quip,’ she wrote.

‘I thought it made me cool and relatable if I poked fun at celebrities.’

Teigen wrote that when she is now confronted with some of her past posts, ‘I cringe to my core.’

Despite the bullying scandal, the couple seems to be back in the spotlight and ready to tackle the mission of selling their Beverly Hills mansion, hopefully without any added scandal this time around.  

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