Stassi Schroeder And Kristen Doute Did Not Apologize To Faith Stowers Before Or After Releasing Public Apology
Stassi Schroeder has come under heat for things that she's said and done in the past. While she was able to get away with a simple apology before, Bravo fans want her booted from the show.
If you haven't been keeping up with what's going on, Faith Stowers went live via Instagram where she chatted about her experience on Vanderpump Rules but most importantly she revealed what she went through after.
Kristen and Stassi called the police on her to report her for a crime she did not commit. To make matters worse, they elevated their complaint to the military police after they didn't receive the response they wanted from the local authorities.
Doute tweeted about the situation and a podcast has resurfaced Schroeder accused Faith of being an AWOL military member.
To top things off, after Faith shared her story that has since gone viral, an Instagram account called @accountabilityforstassi has amassed over 5,000 followers where they are collecting the racially insensitive things she's said in the past.
This includes her criticism of the cast and crew of Moonlight at the Oscars speaking up about systematic racism. She questioned why everything has to be about 'black people' and not any other group.
This wasn't the only offensive thing said in her Straight Up With Stassi podcast, she's also came under fire in the pas for speaking about the #metoo movement by saying that no one can make her perform oral sex and suggested that women were going on a male witch hunt.
Schroeder has since apologized for all the comments mentioned above but the incident with Faith has pushed Bravo fans over the edge and has caused them to push for their firing -- which has worked.
Although Stassi and Kristen have apologized publicly they haven't done so privately leading many to believe that they weren't sorry in the first place.