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Kristen Doute Says Bravo Should Have Filmed Her ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Firing And Reveals How She Found Out She Was Axed From The Show! Plus Kristen Reveals That She Has Not Heard From Lisa Vanderpump Since Firing Scandal!

Kristen Doute recently got candid about her Vanderpump Rules firing. Doute revealed on the “Hollywood Raw” podcast with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn that she learned she was terminated from the Bravo hit reality series just minutes before it made the news.

“My lawyer actually called me and dropped the note to me that Bravo was no longer — that I was no longer going to be on the show,” Doute said, noting that she thought “if the phone call I got had been five minutes later I probably would have gotten [the information] from the news.”

Doute added that she still has not heard from Lisa Vanderpump since she was let go from PumpRules, and shared that Andy Cohen only direct messaged her to say, “Hang in there,” according to Page Six.

Doute revealed that she’s been leaning for support on her boyfriend, Alex Menache and “all of the OG cast members” from the show.

Kristen hoped that Bravo would have filmed her and Stassi Schroeder's firing for the show in the upcoming ninth season.

“I think that this was a perfectly wide-open door for Bravo to take the initiative and have this conversation,” she said. “And I know this probably sounds super selfish for someone that’s canceled to say they don’t believe in cancel-culture, but the reason why is I believe we are in such a detrimental point in our pop culture to political to full society where people in my position. We could literally be put to the test and forced to have these difficult conversations, being forced to show the public that we are doing action. I think there was something better, something smarter they could have done rather than passing along the ‘you’re off of the show note’ to my attorney like the game of telephone.”

She continued, “I think it would have helped me, I think it would have helped other people on my cast, those that were let go, those that were not; I think that it would have helped the public a lot more, maybe younger generations that watch us. It would have given us a bigger platform to work together to do more charity work. Just push people to do better, rather than saying ‘We don’t like that mistake you made so, therefore, you’re canceled. We don’t want to hear from you ever again.’ How about making people [who] made the mistakes do better. Make them do better. That’s how our society is going to get better is if we all have to do better.”

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