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Stassi Schroeder & Kristen Doute Continue To Lose Endorsement Deals, Stassi’s Podcast Removed From All Platforms After ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Firing!

Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute lost many endorsement deals after they were fired from Vanderpump Rules over their past racist actions. The two reality stars came under fire earlier this month after former SURver Faith Stowers revealed they falsely accused her of committing a crime in 2018.

Schroeder and Doute were both fired from Vanderpump Rules on Tuesday, June 9, after eight seasons alongside with Season 8 newbies Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni.

“Bravo and Evolution Media confirmed today that Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules,” the network said in a statement.

Variety reported that Stassi’s agency, UTA, and her public relations firm, Metro Public Relations, have dropped her because of her actions toward Stowers. Fuse Literary, Doute’s book agency, has also cut ties with her.

Chicago Review Press confirmed via Instagram that they also cut ties with Doute and confirm that they will no longer promote her book, He's Making You Crazy, and they add that they've canceled all remaining virtual or in-person events.

The company wrote the following: “Chicago Review Press prides itself on publishing books that promote social justice and equality. We are a company that strives to be aware, pay attention, and make a positive contribution to the world around us, but we also know that there is always room to do better and learn more; we are working on it. Therefore, we will no longer promote He’s Making You Crazy, and we’ve canceled all remaining virtual or in-person events. Thank you for expressing your concerns.”

Stassi Schroeder’s podcast was removed from all platforms after Bravo fired her from Vanderpump Rules.

“We recently learned of racially charged and inappropriate actions by Stassi Schroeder during one of her previous projects,”, the platform that broadcast the series, wrote via Instagram on Tuesday, June 9. “In light of this, has made the decision to part ways with her. We take these matters very seriously and condemn these actions. ‘Straight Up with Stassi’ has been removed from our portfolio.”

“Straight Up With Stassi” has also been taken down from Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher. Episode recaps are still available on the reality star’s website, however.

Schroeder also lost her bridal column in Glamour Magazine. They confirmed the news via Instagram.

“Last week, former #VPR cast member Faith Stowers revealed that Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute had called the police on her for a crime she had nothing to do with, and now Bravo has dropped the two reality stars. In addition, Glamour has no plans to continue our wedding column with Stassi Schroeder.”

The magazine added, “Glamour has no plans to continue our wedding column, Basic Bride, with Schroeder. The last column was published March 11.”

Also, The Witches of WeHo wine have been pulled off shelves and is no longer available. “The term of our agreement with the ladies expired months ago and we have taken any remaining inventory down from the website,” a rep for Nocking Point told Us Weekly. The trio released a pinot grigio – Basic Witch Potion No. 1 – in February 2019 and debuted Potion No. 2 Basic Witch Rosé last July.

Additionally, the wine company, which was founded by Andrew Harding and Arrow star Stephen Amell, released a statement regarding its position on the Black Lives Matter movement and racial justice on Tuesday. “In solidarity with the Black community, Nocking Point stands squarely against the systemic oppression that continues to claim innocent lives. We believe in the true spirit of this nation that champions diversity, equality and justice for every living individual.”

The statement, which was sent to customers via email and shared on all of the brand’s social media accounts, continued: “We commit to advocate for the movements, solutions and legal & cultural changes that we all so desperately need – and have needed for far too long.”

Though there was seemingly a link to the pinot grigio still briefly active on Tuesday, the rep clarified that wine has been “sold out and removed from our main shop for many months.”

“It’s long gone and we won’t be making or selling more,” the rep added. The trio’s rosé has also been removed from the Nocking Point website.

In addition, JustFab, who worked with Schroeder in 2019, said it removed Schroeder from its site and issued a statement to Footwear News on its policy condemning racism. As of press time, Schroeder still remained on

“JustFab’s partnership with Stassi Schroeder expired in 2019. We have taken the action of removing all content related to the partnership from all JustFab channels,” the company said over email. “JustFab does not condone or tolerate racism or discrimination of any kind.”

Schroeder and Doute came under fire earlier this month after former SURver Faith Stowers revealed they falsely accused her of committing a crime in 2018.

“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,” Stowers recalled via Instagram Live. “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.”

Both Schroeder and Doute released public apologies to Stowers on Sunday, June 7.

“What I did to Faith was wrong. I apologize and I do not expect forgiveness,” the Next Level Basic author, who also lost several brand deals and was dropped by her PR company, wrote via Instagram. “I am also sorry to anyone else that feels disappointed in me. I am going to continue to look closer at myself and my actions – to take the time to listen, to learn, and to take accountability for my own privilege.”

Meanwhile, Doute wrote that her “actions were not racially driven,” but she “now completely aware of how my privilege blinded me from the reality of law enforcement’s treatment of the black community, and how dangerous my actions could have been to her.”

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