Faith Stowers, a former “Vanderpump Rules” cast member is coming forward with salacious stories about Jax Taylor, Stassi Schroeder, and Kristen Doute. The aspiring actress felt empowered enough by the Black Lives Matter movement to share her own experience with racism while filming the popular reality show. Fans normally remember Stowers as the only black cast member on the drama-filled Bravo show and the one of the many women who cheated with Taylor while he was dating now-wife Brittany Cartwright.
Stowers described both Schroeder and Doute as being horrible towards her and trying to ruin her reputation after the cheating scandal broke. “After their friend did something that we both were involved in, that he’s done like 1,000 times, for some reason, they wanted to attack me instead of him,” she shared on Candace Rice from “Floribama Shore” Instagram Live. “They wanted to attack attack attack attack … saying I was wrong, I was this, calling me names, saying my hair was nappy — which was weird coming out of their mouths.”
Stowers went on to share that the drama did not stop there. The women publicly accused her of being the suspect in a criminal case involving a woman who was drugging and robbing men in the L.A area. She shared that the sloppy duo teamed up and called the police on her and when the police found no reason to arrest Stowers, the SURvers called the military because she had been serving her country at the time. When asked by Rice why she was so hated by the women, the reality star admitted she had no clue.
“I don’t know!” shared Stowers. “I was so nice to them. I think it was just because they felt like Brittany was so sweet and it hurt her. 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.” The 31-year-old also shared that Lisa Vanderpump did nothing to help the situation.
“When she first approached me, she was very happy about the fact that there was a black person [who was going to be] on the show,” Faith explained about show’s matriarch. “She was like, ‘I want you to put them in their place… And I was very nice coming in […] I wasn’t really giving her that ‘show’ she needed from me.” She also shared that she was never given the opportunity to do confessionals therefore, never got the chance to tell her side of any of the situations she was in during her short time on the show. This complaint from Stowers is just the latest in a few complaints that have come out about the VPR crew. Another one being about scandalous TV editor, Bri Dellinger admitting she purposely edited Scheana Shay to look bad on TV.