Chrissy Teigen’s scandal put pal Kris Jenner in ‘crisis mode’ over partnership

Chrissy Teigen continues to face fallout and being “canceled” after she admitted cyber-bullying a teenager 10 years ago, with a new report saying that even good friend Kris Jenner was forced to reassess their partnership in a new company that sells plant-based cleaning products.

In the wake of Teigen’s bullying scandal, Safely, the company that Teigen and Jenner co-founded, has decided to stop having the supermodel co-star with Jenner in marketing their products, The Sun reported. Jenner agreed it was necessary to cut the Twitter personality from promotional efforts as much as possible, after “sales tanked” when the company launched in May, amid the scandal, The Sun added.

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