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Faith Stowers Insists Brittany Cartwright Made Racists Remarks About Her Appearance As Brittany Is ‘Beyond Overwhelmed’ Over Her Mom’s Hospitalization!

Faith Stowers insists that Brittany Cartwright made a past racial remark about her appearance. Earlier this month, Stowers opened up about the "attacks" she encountered after leaving Vanderpump Rules, claiming that Brittany allegedly called her hair "nappy" following her affair with Jax Taylor.

But Cartwright denied Stowers claims, saying that she "had NOTHING to do with that" after a user asked her to comment on Stower's allegations.

"She knows I don't have a racist bone in my body," Cartwright wrote of Stowers in a since-deleted comment, which was captured on Reddit. "She hurt me really bad and never once apologized. I haven't spoken to her since the night I found out and I did not say anything about nappy hair. I yelled at her and I did that rightfully so like any other human being would do if they had just found out what I did."

"If she ever even tried one time to apologize to me I could have forgiven her like I did Jax but she never ever did or even showed remorse for how bad she hurt me," Cartwright said.

Cartwright also claimed that she has been "nothing but nice and kind" to Stowers.

"She knows that and I have NEVER once spoken publicly about her," Cartwright wrote. "It's a shame I'm getting dragged into this whenever I have finally been able to move on with my life."

However, Stowers insists that Cartwright did make the insensitive comment when she tried to apologize to her over the affair scandal with Taylor.

Stowers claims that she was on a speakerphone call with cast member Scheana Shay when she overheard Cartwright in the background. The former SUR employee said she wanted to use the opportunity to apologize to Cartwright because she "couldn’t talk to her through production."

"So I’m like ‘Brittany, hey girl! I’m trying to apologize to you. Can we please talk?’" Stowers told AfterBuzz TV, according to PEOPLE. "But she... was still in that bad space so she’s like cussing and yelling, and calling me names and stuff."

"I’m still trying to stay calm and communicate with her because this is still important for me to hear what she has to say," she continued. "So I’m trying to talk to her and I can still see that she’s upset. And while she’s yelling, that’s when I heard her say, ‘You a nappy-headed ho!' "

Though Cartwright appeared to be in a "fragile state" at the time, Stowers said it still "does not excuse her from making a comment about my hair, that I love and I would never change because that’s part of my heritage"

"She used that as an insult, which I just didn't understand why she used that as an insult to me," Stowers said. "You can call me a ho, but don’t call me a nappy-headed ho."

Stowers added that her family, who was listening in on the conversation, was "very insulted" by the remark.

"I don’t know why she denied saying that. That’s her truth," she told AfterBuzz TV. "But I know and my family knows ... that she definitely did say that."

Meanwhile, sources reveal claims that Brittany is feeling overloaded with emotions as her mom, Sherri Cartwright, battles a health crisis in intensive care while the Vanderpump Rules star also reels over Stowers’ racism allegations.

"Brittany is beyond overwhelmed," a source told Us Weekly. "Her mom is in the hospital, in the ICU, and that matters more than anything else. Imagine dealing with that and combating comments calling her a racist, when she is anything but that?"

"She’s being hit at all angles," the insider added. "This week has been a lot for her. However, her sole focus has shifted to her mom. That is undoubtedly her top priority and all she is concerned with focusing her energy on. Her mom is her whole world and she’s very worried. She’s also blessed to have a strong support system by her side. Jax has his flaws, but when it comes to being Brittany’s rock, he has not wavered. He is unconditionally and wholeheartedly there for her, as are her closest friends. She knows she is loved and supported as she navigates through this really difficult time."

The news comes after Bravo announced on Tuesday, June 9 that they cut ties with Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni after their past racially insensitive remarks resurfaced amid the Black Lives Matter protests. In an Instagram Live earlier this month, Stowers said that Schroeder and Doute falsely accused her of committing a crime in 2018 that she didn't commit.

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