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'Vanderpump Rules' Star Brett Caprioni Defends Calling Scheana Marie A "Middled-Aged Party" Girl

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By Lindsay Cronin

Scheana Marie was targeted by Brett Caprioni in one of his latest YouTube videos and during an episode of Vanderpump Rules: After Show last week, Brett was forced to speak about the comment he made regarding Scheana being a "middle-aged party" girl.

According to a report from Bravo's The Daily Dish on April 5, Brett seemed to take aim at Scheana's age in the YouTube video they made together by pointing out that she was older than him.

"She's a little bit older than me. She's a middle-aged woman," he explained.

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Brett Caprioni Believes He And Scheana Marie Are Both 'Middle-Aged'

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During his appearance on the Vanderpump Rules: After Show last Tuesday, Brett told producers that he didn't intend for his comment to come out in the way it did.

"I didn't mean to say it like that."

Brett went on to explain that he thinks the term "middle-aged" refers to someone who is in their 30s. He then said that he actually considers himself middle-aged.

"I'm middle-aged. Like, I'm 31. You know what I mean?" he asked the show's producers.

Brett Caprioni Shares His Thoughts On Family

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Continuing on about his thoughts on when someone should consider starting a family, Brett said, "I would say 30 or 40."

"I would say your 20s is just its own thing. 20s. And then, you get to 30 and you're like, 'Okay, 30s. Maybe I should be settling down, maybe I should start a family,'" he explained. "Sometimes, it doesn't work out that way. We live 'til about what? What is life expectancy? 75? 80, right, nowadays? So, you cut that in half. What is that? 40."

Max Boyens Reacts To Scheana Marie Being Labeled As A Partier

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In response to Brett's YouTube comments, Scheana also weighed in on the Vanderpump Rules: After Show.

"He's also, like, two years younger than me. He's like the same age as me," she explained. "He's not that much younger than me. Call me middle-aged, motherf***er? Rude!"

Meanwhile, Max Boyens also shared his thoughts.

"She's business and she can party, so like, whatever," he said. "You know what I mean? Whatever age that is, good on you. She can party harder than I can sometimes."

Brett Caprioni Claims His Comment Was In Regard To Scheana Marie Freezing Her Eggs

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According to Brett, his comment about Scheana being middle-aged was "very much centric to the idea that she was freezing her eggs. That's literally what it was about."

As fans of Vanderpump Rules well know, Scheana was freezing her eggs last summer during production on season eight because she wasn't involved in a relationship at the time and wanted to ensure a future family.

To see more of Scheana, Brett, and their co-stars, don't miss new episodes of Vanderpump Rules season eight on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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