Stassi Schroeder's Little Brother Begs For Her Job Back As Her Podcast Is Pulled From Streaming Services
The word on the street is that Stassi Schroeder didn't expect to get fired from Vanderpump Rules. Sources claim that she isn't taking the news well and her little brother came to her defense last night in post-and-delete via Instagram.
Viewers of the show are familiar with Nikolai Czermak from his multiple appearances.
Fans are also privy to the fact that Stassi just purchased a $2 million home and was planning a destination wedding to Italy. Additionally, the reality star was on a podcast tour that was interrupted by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Just before her firing from Vanderpump Rules, Stassi was dropped by both her agency and PR firm. Now, her podcast has been pulled from streaming platforms although some are available on her website.
Not to mention, sponsorships were the first thing she lost before her brand had been tarnished completely.
Yesterday, Nikolai took to Instagram to beg Faith Stowers to accept her apology and for his sister to get her job back.
'This goes out to Lisa Vanderpump, Vanderpump Rules, Bravo TV, anyone that has been involved with Stassi getting fired. I want everyone to hear me out because my sister is one of the most loving people you will ever meet in your life. She deeply apologizes for what she said and I’m so desperate for her to succeed. I just want her to go as far as she can.'
He went on to say that his family was heartbroken about what happened.
Czermak then went on to direct his plea to Stowers.
'Faith, please, is there any way that she can fix anything or do anything that can benefit both of you guys — to get her career back and to make you live the best life ever? Is there anything that we can do for you? Please. I don’t want to see my sister like this anymore … I love all you guys, but please, one more chance to forgive her.'
This comes after Faith recalled when Stassi and Kristen Doute called the police and military police on her for a crime she didn't commit. It then opened a Pandora's box to her past problematic statements that she apologized for about Black Lives Matter and the Me Too movement.