Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute have been cut down from “Vanderpump Rules” as their bigoted behavior towards a co-star. Reporters cleared on Tuesday, June 9, that Stassi and her castmate, Kristen Doute, were fired from Vanderpump Rules as they named the lawman on their Black costar, in 2013.
The information comes up in just days after Stassi, along with her cast member Kristen Doute and two other cast members, were fired from the Bravo documentary TV series. Stassi Schroeder’s total pay will be afflicted after the gig made her the famous TV personality we recognize today.
In an announcement to ET, Bravo and Evolution reporters accepted on Tuesday that “Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni will not be coming back to Vanderpump Rules. The system also declared that new cast members Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni, will not return for season nine after past racist tweets of theirs surfaced earlier this year. At the same time as Schroeder’s podcast appearance, Doute tweeted the Daily Mail article and a message to her followers.
In a statement on Tuesday, Bravo confirmed that Schroeder and Doute will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules, on which they have both starred since the show’s debut in 2013. Schroeder and Doute both issued statements of apology on Instagram on Sunday. Below shared are the Instagram apology post of both the cast members.
Schroeder had expressed about the episode in the past and proved to call the police while a 2018 arrival on the “Bitch Bible” precast. The show recently wrapped its eighth season, which continued to perform well for Bravo despite criticism from fans and the media for its contrived storytelling. Due to coronavirus pandemic has stopped production on television and movies since mid-March, and Bravo currently has no date to start shooting again.