It may be a few years later; however, justice is being served to Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute for calling both the local authorities and the military police on former co-star Faith Stowers for a crime she did not commit. The former Vanderpump Rules star is reacting to Bravo firing the two OG’s.
After an account called @accountabilityforstassi amassed over 5k followers, Schroeder lost sponsors, agency, and now her 8-year gig on Vanderpump Rules. Kristen, who assisted her with the despicable actions got the ax too.
After Lisa Vanderpump brushed pass homophobic and racist tweets by Brett Caprioni and Max Boyens, the network also made the decision to fire the two from the reality series.
Meanwhile, MTV cut all ties from Dee Nguyen who is starring in the upcoming season of The Challenge after she posted that ‘people die everyday’ and made other remarks about Black lives Matter.
Faith, who’s starred on both networks, is proud of the stations taking accountability and putting action behind their words of being a part of the movement.
She told Page Six that she feels vindicated.
‘I feel so vindicated studios and production are able to see blatant racism and make these positive changes and help move the race forward help with the fight forward. Now I’m seeing Bravo follow suit — the same as MTV and ‘The Challenge’ — [by] letting go of castmates that have also made racist remarks. Bravo is releasing women that have given them crazy ratings because they want to be on the right side of history and I’m seeing [that] people are finally hearing us.’
She added that she hopes that companies take it even a step forward by being ‘ready to hire casting directors and producers of color to make sure these changes are not just a one-time thing.’
It’s great to see that Bravo is doing the right thing.