Stassi Schroeder may have been fired from “Vanderpump Rules” months ago for allegedly exhibiting racist behavior towards her former African American co-star, Faith Stowers, but according to a number of new reports, she could ultimately return to the spotlight.
On August 20, Page Six said that while Stassi could one day return to television, potentially on a different network outside of Bravo, who cut ties with her in June, she has not made any definitely plans at this point in time.
In June of this year, years after she left the cast of “Vanderpump Rules”, Faith claimed that Stassi and Kristen Doute had publicly accused her of committing crimes that she didn’t actually do. A short time later, Bravo announced that both Stassi and Kristen would not be appearing on the show’s upcoming ninth season.
While Stassi will not be working with Bravo on any future episodes of “Vanderpump Rules,” she remains under contract with the network for six more months and is restricted from making any deals until then.
Page Six went on to reveal that while certain brands may be willing to work with Stassi in the future, she has already lost several deals, including partnerships with the shaving brand Billie and vitamin company Ritual, after comments that were deemed racist surfaced from her past.
“She’s at a crossroads in her life and trying to figure out what the next few chapters of her life are going to look like,” the source said.
Following her firing, Stassi confirmed she is pregnant.
“Obviously she’s really, really excited and doing really well,” Katie Maloney said of Stassi during an interview with Life & Style magazine this week. “[She and Beau Clark are] like working on their nursery and anticipating their baby girl being born.”
Katie went on to reveal that she’s been checking in on Stassi quite a lot.
“I’ll just check in with Stassi like, ‘How are you feeling today? What foods are you craving?’ Just asking those kinds of questions about you know her pregnancy and you know just in the ways that you just are a friend to somebody,” she explained. “Just kind of being there and you know emotionally or mentally or however I can be useful.”
“I’ve just been trying to be supportive of Kristen and Stassi, and their journey now of, you know, the same things we’re all doing,” Katie went on to tell the magazine. “I’m having the same conversations I’m having with them that I’m having with all my friends. Like, what’s going on and how we find our part in all of this and make a difference … They are actively doing that same thing, too. Yeah, we’ve all got a lot of work to do.”