Stassi Schroeder Dumped by Agent After Racially Charged Comments


Despite apologizing publicly for calling the cops on formerVanderpump Rules cast member Faith Stowers for crimes she didn't commit,Us Weekly reports that neither Stassi Schroeder nor Kristen Doute have apologized to Stowers personally. “Kristen and Stassi didn’t reach out to Faith directly,” a source tells the outlet. “But Jackie Schimmel, host of the ‘B**ch Bible’ podcast where Stassi first told the story, apologized privately.” That story, as Stowell recounted on Instagram Live on June 5, involved a photo of a woman who allegedly drugged men and stole their watches that appeared in The Daily Mail several years ago. Stowell, one of the show's few black cast members, said that Schroeder and Doute called the cops on her because she looked like the woman in the photo, and tried to get the police to arrest her for the aforementioned crimes. Schroeder confirmed the story during a 2018 interview on the "B**ch Bible" podcast, and has since been dropped by several sponsors, as well as her P.R. firm. Since then, several other racially charged comments have been found in other podcast episodes.She claimed that black people demanded special treatment in her March 2, 2017 podcast in which she talked about the lack of diversity of Academy Award candidates, referred to on social media as #OscarsSoWhite. 'Maybe you weren't nominated because you didn't do that great of a job in your movie,' said Schroeder. 'Like it's not about race. It's literally like not about what you look like at all. It's like your acting ability, so like, what the actual f***?'

The New Orleans-born reality star said on the podcast (which she later deleted from her site, according to US) of black people: 'When they get upset, everybody has to go above and beyond to then make them happy.

'I'm like, really sick of everyone making everything about race - I'm kind of over it.'

Despite the take on race, Schroeder had plenty more to say about the topic: 'Like, everyone giving their impassioned speeches about race and all of that stuff, I'm like, "Why is it always just about African Americans?''

Bravo has not commented on the situation.