It might be tough for Stassi Schroeder to pay the mortgage on that $1.7 million dollar house. She got fired from Vanderpump Rules. Several brands stopped working with her. Her agent and publicist dropped her. Her podcast has been removed from all platforms. The wine brand she, Kristen Doute, and Katie Maloney endorsed is dunzo.
Hopefully, she has some substantial savings. That is a lot of money to lose. How will she rebound after all of this? We will have to wait and see. In the meantime, her younger brother Nikolai Czermak has spoken out on her behalf. Vanderpump Rules fans have adored seeing Nikolai on the show since the early days. He is known for providing some sage advice to Stassi and her frenemies throughout the years. Most recently, he appeared on Stassi and Beau Clark’s engagement episode, where the editors made it seem like Scheana Marie was hitting on him. Just like Stassi, one of those editors got fired for copping to this super shady editing.
Another day, another cancellation for Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute! First, fans found out that Stassi and Kristen were fired from Vanderpump Rules for racist actions towards former Pump Rules star, Faith Stowers. Following that announcement, pretty much any brand affiliated with the twosome had cut ties.
Stassi was dropped by her PR team, and then her podcast was removed from all platforms. I’m guessing her book, Next Level Basic: The Definitive Basic Bitch Handbook, has hit the bargain shelf with fifty percent off stickers slapped onto it. And Kristen’s book, He’s Making You Crazy, is probably right along side it. So, what’s next to end up on the bargain shelf? Well, there is yet another venture of theirs that recently got cancelled as well.
It’s been a week of major change in the Bravo universe. What with Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, and two other cast members being summarily fired from Vanderpump Rules for past racist behavior. (The other two are newbies Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni for those at home keeping track.)
Many fans have wondered whether Andy Cohen was behind the decision to oust the Pump Rules OGs after eight seasons. Now, the face of Bravo is finally breaking his silence about the firings, and clarifying his role with the show.
By now, it’s safe to say everyone knows about the firing of Vanderpump Rules stars Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni. Stassi and Kristen were fired for their racist behavior when they falsely accused ex-cast member Faith Stowers of stealing and called the cops on her. Max and Brett were fired when racist tweets of theirs resurfaced.
The condemnation has been swift. Social media is rightfully outraged and Faith, all these years later, is finally vindicated. But not everyone has had to answer for their crimes in all this. Now, Faith and old castmate Billie Lee are speaking out about who else needs to go.
After what seemed like only moments since getting fired from Vanderpump Rules, Stassi Schroeder has again set viewers ablaze with discontent after watching part 2 of the season 8 reunion. Andy Cohen called out Lala Kent for disparaging remarks about Scheana Marie during an episode of the aftershow. Lala said, “It isn’t interesting to watch a 34-year-old woman in a crop top and slutty Jojo Siwa pony doing the same thing over and over again.” Amidst tears, Scheana explained how hurt she was.
As Lala then burst into tears while trying to explain herself, Stassi and fiancé Beau Clark‘s camera switched to full screen. She subtly whispered, “Lala might be bipolar.” None of the other castmates noticed. However, the viewers at home sure did! And they took to social media to call out Stassi for casually tossing around mental health diagnoses.
It’s only been a few days since the Vanderpump Rules bombshell was dropped. In one Instagram post, Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens, and Brett Caprioni were fired from the show for racist behavior.
Despite it being well known before the announcement, Stassi and Kristen skated by for a few years under the radar. Their firing stems from how they treated ex-castmate Faith Stowers, a black woman. We’ve all known that Stassi and Kristen are mean girls but they went next level on Faith. They falsely accused her of stealing and called the cops on her. So after the news came out, both Stassi and Kristen issued apologies on social media. But did anyone actually reach out to Faith about it?
In the fallout of celebrities being exposed for racist activity, Vanderpump Rules has suffered much needed losses. This is a good thing. Discrimination in any form should not be tolerated, be it by skin color, sexual preference, or how one identifies as a human being.
Treating people horribly and basic intolerance isn’t new for Pump Rules. Who hasn’t had Lala Kent’s finger stuck in their face at this point? Let’s face it, Stassi Schroeder’s career was born from treating people like dirt. It seems we have been watching a show centered around systematic bullying. Sure, people have fun and drink. They go on fancy vacations. But there is usually one cast member receiving the wrath of a particular clique. Former SUR employee Billie Lee often felt victimized and misunderstood during her tenure on the show. Apparently when she tried to speak up, Lisa Vanderpump strongly advised her to stand down.
The fall out continues. Just yesterday, news dropped that four cast members of Vanderpump Rules were fired for racist behavior. To the shock of fans, Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were the ones let go. Stassi and Kristen for making false accusations against Faith Stowers. Max and Brett for racist tweets that resurfaced.
The damage is far and wide for them. Stassi has lost sponsors and her podcast has been removed from all platforms. She’s been dumped by both her PR firm and her agent. The publisher of Kristen’s newly released book will run from her if they are smart. Max and Brett lost a prime opportunity to be on TV and leverage it like the rest of the cast has. In short, they all blew it. But Bravo and the fans have spoken and racism in any form will not be tolerated. Which is exactly how it should be.