“Bravo and Evolution Media confirmed today that Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules,” Bravo revealed in a statement.
Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were new cast members on the show whose past racist tweets were uncovered earlier in the year.
The quadruple firing came less than a day after Stassi was dropped by both her PR firm and agency for reporting cast member Faith Stowers to the police for a crime she’d had nothing to do with.
A spokesperson for the “Vanderpump Rules” star’s former agency UTA confirmed they had parted ways with the media personality in a statement to Variety on Monday. The outlet further confirmed that Stassi had been dropped by her publicist Metro Public Relations.
“She became a client when her publicist joined our company in July 2018. We made the decision this weekend to part ways with Stassi,” the organization told Variety in a statement.
During an Instagram Live chat last week, Stowers said that in 2018 Schroeder and Doute had called the police to report her for crimes that had been reported in a Daily Mail article about a black woman wanted for theft. The woman pictured in the article was not Stowers.
The second part of the Vanderpump Rules reunion is still on schedule for Tuesday night, a representative from the network confirmed. Whether the episode will acknowledge that four of the show’s cast have been fired is not clear — the spokesperson did not address that question.
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