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Brittany Cartwright Says She “Had Nothing To Do” With Racist Remarks About Faith Stowers As Jax Taylor’s Old Tweet Of Him Accusing Faith Of Committing Crimes Resurfaces!

Just like Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute, Jax Taylor also accused former Vanderpump Rules co-star Faith Stowers of committing crimes in a resurfaced tweet from December 2017. When a fan asked Taylor whether or not he knew if Stowers had hopes of becoming a full-time cast member of the Bravo hit reality series, he took the opportunity to slam his former co-star.

“She’s wanted by the police for grand theft auto and ‘awol’ from military, bad idea to be on a reality show dude,” he replied at the time, according to a report by Us Weekly. “Someone’s going to jail.”

Meanwhile, Jax's wife addressed allegations made against her by Stowers. Brittany Cartwright denies ever being complicit about calling the cops of Stowers, while she admits there was friction between the two after it was revealed that she had an affair with then-boyfriend Taylor, Cartwright claims that she never used racially insensitive comments on Stowers.

Brittany addressed Faith's remarks for the first time in the comment section of her Blackout Tuesday Instagram post. The comments have since been turned off, but a Reddit user captured the comment and shared online.

In the replies, a person reached out to Cartwright and asked: “Can you please address the racism regarding Faith Stowers, calling her hair 'nappy' as well as complicit support of the cops being called on her?”

While Faith didn't publicly name the specific co-stars who “attacked” her, including who made the remark about her hair, Brittany addressed the comment in her response to the Instagram user, according to a report by E! News.

“I had NOTHING to do with that,” Brittany replied to the Instagram user's question. “She knows I don't have a racist bone in my body. She hurt me really bad and never once apologized.”

“I haven't spoken to her since the night I found out [Jax cheated], and I did not say anything about nappy hair. I yelled at her and did that rightfully so like any other human being would if they had just found out what I did,” she continued. “If she ever even tried one time to apologize to me I could have forgiven her like I did Jax but she never did or even showed remorse for how bad she hurt me.”

Brittany pointed out that she was “nothing but nice and kind to her up until that point.”

“I had nothing to do with any cops,” she expressed. “She knows that I have NEVER once spoken publicly about her. It's a shame I'm getting dragged into this whenever I have finally been able to move on with my life.”

The Vanderpump Rules star stated that she would “continue to support” the Black Lives Matter movement.

“I won't let this drag me down,” she wrote. "Have a great day.”

The news comes after Stowers reveals what it was like being the only black cast member on the Bravo hit reality series. “I did a show with an all-white cast. I was the only black person on the show,” she recalled on a recent Instagram Live with Floribama Shore’s Candace Rice, according to Us Weekly. “It was a lot.”

Stowers appeared on the Bravo hit reality series as a recurring character in season 4, and her brief reappearance on the show two years later due to her affair with Jax Taylor. If you recall, the revelation that Taylor cheated on now-wife Brittany Cartwright with Stowers was the main storyline for the now-married couple during the show's sixth season.

“I felt like after their friend did something that we both were involved in that he’s done like, a thousand times, they wanted to attack me instead of him. They wanted to attack, attack, attack, attack, attack,” Stowers told Rice. “I was wrong, I was this, I was that, calling me names, saying my hair was nappy, which is weird coming out of their mouths.”

She added that she was “so nice” to her costars, who she believes let Taylor off “easy.”

“I think it was just because they felt like Brittany was so sweet and it hurt her,” Stowers said. “But even then, it was like they both cheated on their partners with him as well, so I was just really like confused that they were attacking me and giving him nothing — in my opinion. He got off very, very, very, easy — especially with the things I’ve been told.”

“I didn’t have [any confessional interviews],” Stowers explained. “It could be different on their end, but in my opinion, I thought it was weird that everybody on the show got to do interviews and confessionals and I didn’t even get a chance to do that, to tell my story. Which was a very interesting story, being a black woman in the military at the time. At the time I was still in the army. … I didn’t feel like they appreciated that.”

Stowers also recalled her former castmates Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute making shocking accusations against her in 2018.

“[What] made me really want to run for the hills, when Kristen and Stassi decided they were going to call the cops on me,” Stowers told Rice, noting that she was “invited” back to the series to tell her side of the story, but declined after hearing Schroeder on The Bitch Bible podcast. “There was this article on Daily Mail where there was an African American lady. It was a weird photo, so she looked very light-skinned and had these different, weird tattoos. They showcased her, and I guess this woman was robbing people. And they called the cops and said it was me. This is like, a true story. I heard this from actually Stassi during an interview.”

She added: “It was just funny, because they thought it was me because it was a black woman with a weave. So they just assumed it would be me, and they called the cops on me.”

According to Reality Tea, Schroeder discussed how she and Doute had called the police to report Stowers in an April 2018 interview on The Bitch Bible podcast. The episode has since been taken down.

Around that same time, Doute tweeted a link to a report about the unidentified woman, who was accused of meeting men at a nightclub and then allegedly drugging and robbing them after going home with them.

Stowers reacted to the response to the Instagram Live, saying, “I have been receiving so much support. It's crazy...It's been overwhelming and it makes me feel like I was actually heard this time,” she told E! News.

“I just want to say this is not an attack on Vanderpump Rules,” Stowers clarified. “It wasn't done on the show.”

Photo Credit: Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images, MTV