Chrissy Teigen Accused of Purposely Pushing Dencia Twice at 2016 Grammys Amid Bullying Scandal
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The Cameroonian-born artist claims that John Legend, who 'literally witnessed' the tragedy, should have told the 'Chrissy's Court' star to 'chill,' but he 'didn't say s**t.'

AceShowbiz - Chrissy Teigen has been hit with a fresh bullying accusation. Amid her ongoing scandal stemming from her past behavior, the "Chrissy's Court" star has been accused by singer Dencia of purposely pushing her twice at the 2016 Grammy Awards.

In an interview with The Sun, the Cameroonian-born musician accused the former "Lip Sync Battle" co-host of shoving her twice at the prestigious music event. The singer claimed the 35-year-old TV personality, who was with her husband John Legend at the time, became "aggressive over a misunderstanding."

Dencia recalled, "My assistant at the time took his phone out to record a video of me as I walked the carpet. Chrissy literally yanked his phone out of his hand and said, 'Don't record me!' " The 33-year-old singer went on to admit that Chrissy was not in the phone's view and alleged that she did not know who the model was.

The "Let Me See U Dance" songstress then revealed that the "Cravings" author, who was pregnant at the time, "pushed" her on her way to the red carpet. Minutes later, she claimed that the model shoved her again, saying, "She pushed me when I got off the carpet after them!" She added, "I almost fell flat on my face."

Dencia also criticized John, who she thinks should have intervened and stopped his wife's behavior. She told the publication, "My thing is, John literally witnessed it. He could have told her to chill, but he didn't say s**t. He was right there with her."

"I just never thought of it as something, but...I saw her bully people online and was like, 'Damn!' She's just a mean-spirited human," Dencia said, referencing Chrissy's cyberbullying scandals. "Everyone who has known me since 2016 knows the story, because since then, I've never liked her."

However, Dencia is hopeful that Chrissy has become a better person now, saying, "Hopefully she learns from it. People can change, I believe so, but she did me [wrong] twice." She continued, "She knew what she was doing, but again people can change."

The accusation came after Chrissy's husband John jumped to her defense on Friday, tweeting his support in the wake of a separate allegation involving "Project Runway" star Michael Costello, who claimed he was bullied by her. The mother of two herself had responded to the designer's claim, writing on her Instagram account, "No idea what the f**k michael costello is doing."

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