At the Mohegan Sun’s 20th Anniversary Party in Uncasville, Connecticut on Saturday (Oct. 15, 2016), Teigen told Us Weekly, “I was really scared… I remember my heart sank, and to hear the full story, it was really scary. It could have happened to anybody. Hearing the details and knowing she has babies at home and that she’s so sweet, open and honest, you don’t think that kind of thing could happen.”
“We both live our lives like an open book,” Teigen continued. “That’s why her fans love her. They love seeing the ins and outs of her life, their home, their relationship. We share all of that and don’t think that someone dangerous could see that and do something violent with that information. I share the inside of my home every day — so many parts of our lives we share. But she’s OK. Kim is OK and it could have been so much more horrific, so we’re happy that she’s OK.”
Teigen’s husband, John Legend, also talked about be careful on social media. The “Love Me Now” singer told SiriusXM’s Sway In the Morning, “I think we have to be careful about [Snapchatting] and things like that, because people know exactly where you are when you’re snapping because it’s contemporaneous. It’s happening right at that moment where you are. You just can’t go through life in fear all the time, and we try not to.”
Kim has been keeping a low profile since the traumatic ordeal, both on social media and in public, staying mostly inside her L.A. home with her children. She was spotted out last Thursday (Oct. 13, 2016) having dinner with a friend in Beverly Hills.