Following the firings of Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni from Bravo’s “Vanderpump Rules,” Faith Stowers, a former forged member, says that another person should be let go.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Schroeder, 31, and Doute, 37, had been fired from “Vanderpump Rules” after Stowers, 31, accused them of mistaking her for an additional black lady and reporting her to the police for crimes she didn’t commit.
Boyens and Caprioni have been fired after racist tweets resurfaced.
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Whereas Stowers mentioned she feels “vindicated” by the firings, there’s yet another forged member that she believes should be given the boot: Jax Taylor, who she mentioned, “probably had more terrible things to say than these two young ladies.”
“He’s said very, very mean things to new cast members. He did not receive me and Lala Kent very well when we first started,” mentioned Stowers to Entertainment Tonight. “He said very mean things to us as well, later on apologizing. But it seems like he continues to get away with everything he does and I’m not sure why, especially at his age. It’s not like he’s doing this as a young adult, as a kid and just making these little mistakes young people sometimes do.”
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Stowers known as Taylor, 40, a “grown man” and mentioned that producer and star Lisa Vanderpump “definitely needs to tell him he’s wrong.”
She added: “She really needs to reprimand him off the show, as well.”
Stowers recalled an incident during which she was additionally accused by her co-stars of stealing Taylor’s automotive from his house, which she says she did not do.
Taylor had beforehand been arrested for theft, Stowers mentioned, so she was baffled as to why he did not get up for her when Schroeder and Doute accused her.
Regardless of the drama, Stowers mentioned that she does not imagine the show should be canceled.
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“I think the show is a great, great idea. I just think that maybe they could put people out there that could give a voice to people and be more relatable to people of color,” she mentioned.
Reps for Bravo didn’t instantly reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.