Bravo’s spokesperson revealed recently that “Vanderpump Rules” cast members Kristen Doute and Stassi Schroeder will not return to the show anymore. The announcement was made after former cast member Faith Stowers revealed how they both had lodged a police report against her for a crime that she knows nothing about. Moreover, Brett Caprioni and Max Boyens are two other cast members who had earlier posted some racist tweets. Therefore, they are also fired following the release of the recent season of ‘Vanderpump Rules’ in January 2020.
Later, on Tuesday, Bravo issued an official statement to announce that they along with Evolution Media have concluded. It is that Stassi Schroeder, Max Boyens, Kristen Doute, and Brett Caprioni will no more return to Vanderpump Rules. Schroeder is facing severe loss after the entire incident came out in public. Her agency, UTA along with Metro Public Relations, her PR firm are refusing to work with her after Stowers revealed the entire harassment. On the other hand, Doute’s book agency Fuse Literary has finished their relationship with the actor as well.
In an Instagram Live last week, Faith Stowers recalled an incident in which that Doute and Shroeder had called police on her back in 2018. She was in shock to learn that both were conspiring to file her name against the case of a black woman who was a thief. According to all proof, the woman that the police were looking for was undoubtedly not Stowers. During the June 2 chat on Instagram, she says that there was a weird photo in which there was a woman whom the police were searching for. She had a comparatively lighter complexion with tattoos all along her body. Both Doute and Schroeder went to inform the police that it was Stower. How Strange!
Racism and oppression prevails before “Vanderpump Rules”
Racism has always been a problem and it sounds more unfortunate coming from artists such as Shroeder. She has openly accepted in several past interviews that she did call the police on Stowers. On one of the “Bitch Bible” podcasts in 2018, Shroeder expressed her disliking towards Faith Stowers. On the other hand, Doute posted a link on Twitter with the wanted woman’s picture. She asked the audience to identify the thief targeting her colleague Stowers. It was a very cheap publicity stunt according to several sources. Recently, after Stower’s Instagram video became viral, both Doute and Schroeder apologized publicly. However, their apologies were now too less and too late. So, in the light of the recent situation following the death of George Floyd, and nationwide protests, Bravo took the major decision.
“Vanderpump Rules” premiered on Bravo back in January 2013. It was an offshoot of the very famous series. “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” was the name. The story revolves around a West Hollywood Restaurant called Sur which belongs to Lisa Vanderpump. The show became very popular and the cast was full of only white actors who were again famous for their horrible behavior. The show has recently completed its eighth season.