At 29 years old, Courtney Stodden has this physical status:
Stodden began in the entertainment industry as a youth by modeling. As of 2011, Stodden's measurements were listed as 36-23-35 and 5 feet 3 inches (160 cm) in height. In 2009, Stodden hosted a cable TV show produced by North Beach Community TV in Ocean Shores, The Courtney Stodden Show, which aired five times. In October 2009, Stodden competed as Miss Ocean Shores Teen USA in the 2010 Miss Washington Teen USA pageant (but did not win the title). In 2010, Stodden released the original songs "Car Candy", "Crazy", "Don't Put It on Me", "Hurting People", and "We Are America". Star Observer ranked "Don't Put It on Me" as number eleven on their list of The 11 Best Songs of '11. Stodden said, "'Don't Put It On Me' is a kind of tongue-in-cheek song that I didn't take seriously at all, but it obviously had a good message to it." Stodden's mother, Krista Keller, initially served as Stodden's manager, but Keller quit in the spring of 2015, citing "creative differences". During their marriage, Stodden was managed by Hutchison.
In July 2012, Stodden and Hutchison were interviewed about their relationship on the Fox talk show Father Albert, in an episode of ABC's Good Morning America, and E! News.
The couple appeared as cast members in the second season of the VH1 reality television series Couples Therapy, which premiered in October 2012. The series features publicly known couples receiving therapy for relationship problems. According to Stodden, the couple enrolled in therapy to resolve issues that arose from their big difference marriage in age. Despite criticism leveled at the couple, Dr. Jenn Berman, the marriage, family, and child therapist who worked with the couple during their appearance on the show, opined that she did not believe that Hutchison deliberately sought out young people, saying, "He's not a predator. He's not someone, who if Courtney left him, would be trolling the Internet or high schools for underage girls. That's not his m.o. This is not a guy who was seeking out teenagers. He was teaching a class, she wanted to be an actress, it was an acting class ... And that's how it started."
Though Berman was eventually surprised by the dynamic between the two, she commented on her initial hesitations about working with the couple, saying, "I believe it was the wrong decision to let a 16-year-old marry a man in his 50s. It's uncomfortable to see... [at first] I said to my producer, 'I think this guy is a pedophile...I don't know if I can work with these people.' I don't condone it, but I do see that this is a married couple that is genuinely married and she has marital issues that needed to be worked on. I came in saying, 'She's a victim, he's a predator.' What I found out was that she has a lot more power in this relationship and he is far more powerless than I expected. His family has completely disowned him... He unfortunately has nothing besides her." Hutchison was also defended by Stodden's mother, Krista Keller, who praised Hutchison for the kindness with which he treats Stodden.
In August 2013, Stodden became a housemate on the twelfth season of the British version of Celebrity Big Brother but was evicted on Day 21, two days before the season finale, after receiving the fewest votes to save against Carol McGiffin, Louie Spence, Mario Falcone and Vicky Entwistle.
That October, Stodden appeared in a photo-op for PETA, which depicted them wearing a lettuce bikini to promote vegetarianism.
On March 18, 2014, the video for 50 Cent's "Don't Worry Bout It" was released, featuring a cameo appearance by Stodden. That August, Stodden appeared in an episode of the Reelz reality television series Hollywood Hillbillies.
On May 14, 2015, Vivid Entertainment released a solo sex tape created by Stodden. Stodden stated that they would donate what they were paid to charity.
On August 19, 2015, Rich Kid Mafia (RKM), a Los Angeles-based entertainment company whose primary services include artist management, digital marketing and music production, signed Stodden to an exclusive international management and development deal. Stodden appeared alongside their mother in the 2016 Lifetime series The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition. The same year, Stodden made their feature film debut in the independent film Love Addict.
In 2018, Stodden announced they were recording an extended play (EP) record, which they likened to "Lil Peep meets Lana Del Rey." In March 2018, discussing their separation from husband Hutchison, they admitted to often "playing a caricature" with the media, which they likened to the personas of Anna Nicole Smith and Marilyn Monroe: "I decided, at 23, that 'I'm not gonna play this anymore. I'm just going to be myself.'" They said. "I want to be honest [now], and potentially help people."
In 2019, Stodden signed a deal with FNL Network to star in a self-titled reality show created by director Rocco Leo Gaglioti.
In March 2020 Stodden finalized their divorce with Hutchinson. Stodden spent their time during the COVID-19 pandemic working on a memoir, recording a new album, starting a cosmetics line, and running an OnlyFans account.
In May 2021, Stodden said that in 2011 television personality Chrissy Teigen tweeted and privately messaged them urging them to kill themselves. Teigen subsequently apologized to Stodden, saying she was sad and mortified at her past self, whom she described as "an insecure, attention seeking troll." Stodden accepted her apology but deemed it an attempt to save Teigen's business partnerships. A month later, Teigen released another apology in a lengthy blog post admitting to cyberbullying.
Courtney Stodden is seen wearing a bra and undies as she says she wears lingerie and sips champagne when it rains
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Should I buy this $12.99 lingerie set and take pictures of myself with a iPhone clicker and post on ig for Christmas? 🦧 hmm no… that never really made me happy. Not truly. That overtly sexual grooming mentality only made me sink deeper into my own despair. The attention I seek is more tangible than this fleeting flesh — I’m now finding boundaries with my body and mind and soul. I’m only speaking for myself and not you or anyone else. Natural confidence is stunning and when i get there completely, there won’t be a need for naked pinned posed pics saturating my socials… #truth #mentalhealth #confidence #loveyourbody