CHRISSY Teigen was told she "needs to take a seat" by Tiger Woods' mistress Rachel Uchitel after the star "bullied" women with mean tweets.

Rachel became infamous for arguably becoming the face of the golfer's 2009 cheating scandal – at the time, he was married to Elin Nordegren, and they shared two kids, Sam and Charlie.

The 46-year-old appeared on the podcast Chanel In The City with Chanel Omari and touched on many different things, including Chrissy's bullying scandal.

She said: "I think that for a long time, people have been very quiet about people that have a lot to say on Twitter and Instagram. And that just have a lot of opinions about things.

"And you know, she she's been somebody who's just open with her opinion. And I think that has been, you know, she's someone who should have to take a seat for a little bit…"

She added: "You know, that's all I'll say, I'll say about maybe reflect…"

Rachel then touched on her own experience with being bullied, especially during the peak of her scandal with Tiger – the golf legend was also accused of spending tens of thousands of dollars on escorts all while still married to wife Elin.

She said: "For a long time people have been really rude to me, to people like Courteney [Stodden]… I have sat back for the last ten years in silence… I've been sentenced in silence…sentenced to walk my life in silence while the media – cause you cannot fight everybody – and the effect that it has on your mental health makes you literally want to kill yourself.

"… The verbal abuse is the same thing as someone taking a knife to you, it's just you don't see how badly that hurts. And I really don't think that people get that."

Rachel added: "Just because of something you did in your past, that will follow you forever… every time I break up with a man they say, 'well you're nothing but a mistress…'"

Rachel then circled back around to Chrissy, and said: "I think she should take a seat. I think that there needs to be a movement of people really being, you know, watching what they say, because people… I'm surprised more people don't kill themselves because of what people, you know, the media or people say on the internet.

"It's really crazy. And it's really hurtful…"

All the chaos comes after Chrissy was called out for some of her old tweets which showcased the model bullying Courtney when them was just 16 years old, as well as other notable celebrities.

Courtney, now 26, previously spoke out against Chrissy in an interview with The Daily Beast.

They said: "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.'"

One past tweet from Chrissy read: “@CourtneyStodden my Friday fantasy: you. Dirt nap. Mmmmmm baby.”

Shocking tweets written by Chrissy and aimed at actress Lindsay Lohan from 2011 were also pushed back into the spotlight.

Celebrity designer Michael Costello also claimed the cookbook author told him to "suffer and die," however, Chrissy has denied the accusations and has labeled them as "fake."

Chrissy, who just quit her home cleaning brand, Safely, with Kris Jenner, recently took to Medium to apologize for her past tweets, as she called herself a "troll" and an "a**hole."

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