Stacey Schroeder and Kristen Dutt fired from Vanderpump rules by Bravo for making racist remarks and racially profiling former co-star Faith Storrs while accusing her of false crimes against police .
Now, about two years later, Schroeder is providing new details for the end of her eight-season run on the hit reality show.
in a new interview skinny secret him and her On Friday’s podcast, Schroeder claimed that more Vanderpump Rules cast members were involved in the incident, but she and Dutt remained silent.
New details: Stacey Schroeder, 33, claims more Vanderpump Rules cast was involved in ‘indentation’ that led to her and Kristen Dutt firing from reality show in June 2020
The 33-year-old Louisiana native claimed that “the incident in which I was fired” involved more people.
“And Kristen and I, obviously we’re not going to take people away. So we’re like ‘lucky y’all, those of you who haven’t been called out. “
Schroeder suggested that she and Dutt fall for other people, “so everyone was nice because I think they felt lucky that they didn’t and they still have jobs.”
Scandal: In a new interview Friday on the Skinny Confidential Him and Her podcast, Schroeder said she and Doute “won’t let people down with us” and didn’t reveal any names after being fired by Vanderpump Rules
Schroeder and Dutt reported their co-star Faith Stowers, the only black actor to the Bravo series, to police in 2018, claiming she was a suspect they were investigating .
In early June 2020, in an Instagram live chat with Stowers, it took about two years for the story to resurface.
Soon after, both women were axed by Bravo for “racially insensitive behavior.”
It was also found that Schroeder had previously made offensive remarks in an episode of her “Straight Up With Stassi” podcast in 2017, in which she talked about black people and how they seek special treatment in Hollywood.
As the backlash grew, Schroeder took to Instagram on June 7, 2020, to publicly apologize for her past “racist remarks.”
She also stressed that it was important that she “continue to take responsibility for what I say and do while pushing myself to do better.”
Schroeder assured fans that she has grown significantly over the years and that she is “full of remorse and regret for the harm she has done,” including to Storrs.
Falsely accused: Schroeder and Dutt reported to police in 2018 their co-star Faith Stowers, the only black actor to appear on the Bravo series, and falsely claiming she was the suspect they were looking for in their investigation
Controversy: Story of Doute and Schroeder reporting Stowers to police resurfaced in an Instagram live chat with Stowers in June 2020; both women were slashed by Bravo shortly after for ‘racially insensitive behavior’ Lose
When asked what it would take for her to return to reality TV after being fired nearly two years ago, Schroeder admitted she’d thought about it a lot.
“I’ve been asked a lot by people in my private life, and producers have asked me; I’ve been asked a lot, and I’ve had these conversations. And I think I’ve been answering for my kind of “I don’t know” Struggling with this fact.
The mother of one added, “But I can still figure it out. I love my life so much right now and I know how reality shows can disrupt your life, it puts you in situations you wouldn’t normally be in. You’re going to be relegated to. Into this category, this lifestyle, maybe you don’t want to. But at the same time, I really enjoy doing reality shows. It’s fun.’
Schroeder then clarified her response and added, “All I know is that I’m not going back to reality TV unless I’m an executive producer,” which would allow Schroder to be more on the show. Control your own narrative a lot.
Her life now: Schroeder reveals she doesn’t know if she’ll be returning to the reality show, but adds that she won’t be back unless she’s an executive producer, which will give her more control over how she’s going to be on the show narration in the show
Reborn: The Louisiana native starred in Vanderpump Rules for eight seasons before being fired in June 2020; she’s since been married to Bo Clark, and they welcomed one the following year daughter hartford
While Schroeder believes those in power at Bravo made “quick decisions” and “did not think carefully” about their firing, she did reveal that she “understands” their reasons for firing.
“I don’t have any hostility towards anyone — Bravo or NBC Universal — because I do understand that you have to protect what you’ve built,” she said, referring to the fact that companies have to protect their brand and image.
Since leaving Vanderpump Rules, Schroeder married Bo Clark in a small backyard ceremony in September 2020, and together they welcomed their first child: a daughter they named Hartford, who was born in Born in January 2021.
Just last month, the couple decided to exchange vows again and married in Rome, Italy. Us Weekly. The celebration is said to be more in line with what they had in mind before the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic delayed their plans.