Michael Costello shares 'unhealed trauma,' says he had suicidal thoughts after alleged Chrissy Teigen bullying

The “Project Runway” star, after days of mulling over whether he would even come forward, chose to speak his truth on Monday and didn’t hold back in revealing the lengths the former swimsuit model has allegedly been willing to go to since 2014 in order to kill his career following a social media misunderstanding that seemingly was faked to make Costello appear racist but was later proven to be nothing more than a set of photoshopped images from a disgruntled employee.

“I didn’t share this with anyone because I was living in fear. In fear of losing some of my most profitable brand relationships; in fear of losing friends and allies; and in fear of being outcasted even more by the power elites who run the industry,” Costello, 38, wrote in a statement obtained by Fox News on Monday.

Costello claimed in the statement that he tried feverishly to reason with Teigen and explain to her that the alleged social media posts were indeed fake but said Teigen had no interest in hearing him out and only pressed to Costello her intention for him to “get what’s coming to you.”

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'Project Runway' star Michael Costello detailed alleged bullying he received from Chrissy Teigen since 2014. 

‘Project Runway’ star Michael Costello detailed alleged bullying he received from Chrissy Teigen since 2014. 

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