Stassi Schroeder sure doesn’t look like she’s in crisis mode. The former Vanderpump Rules star stepped out for the first time since her Bravo firing. The 31-year-old had her fiancé, Beau Clark, by her side. She looked happy and calm. It’s a contrast to the reports that claim she has been “angry” and “crying” over her firing.
Stassi lost everything this week. Not only did she lose her Vanderpump Rules gig, but she also lost her podcast, speaking tour, and endorsements. This comes after her racially insensitive comments from her past. Despite it all, Stassi put on a brave face on Friday, June 12.
Former Vanderpump Rules star made her first appearance
Per Daily Mail, Stassi Schroeder took a walk in Los Angeles on Friday, June 12. She held hands with her fiancé Beau Clark. This is Stassi’s first public sighting after Bravo fired both her and VPR co-star Kristen Doute for their racially insensitive comments.
During her sighting, the reality star wore an oversized beige cardigan over a black dress. She wore her signature blonde hair in a bun. Stassi also kept a slight smile and good appearance.
Stassi accessorized her look with dark sunglasses, a black Chanel handbag, and black gladiator sandals. Meanwhile, Beau wore a black T-shirt and gray shorts. He also had a navy-blue bandana wrapped around his neck.
That same day, TMZ reported the cancellation of her Straight Up with Stassi speaking tour. The speaking tour was originally postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic but is now over. Her tour takes its name from her podcast Straight Up With Stassi, which has been removed from various streaming platforms.
Stassi Schroeder is really upset over her firing
The former VPR star looked great during her sighting. She appeared happy and calm with her devoted fiancé by her side. But a new report claims that Stassi Schroeder has been “angry” and “crying” behind closed doors. She’s has had a hard time coping with all of her losses from earlier this week.
“Stassi has been very emotional by this situation and has been sad and crying, and also angry,” an insider told Us Weekly. “She feels blindsided that she was fired and lost her podcast and sponsorships.”
Earlier this month, Faith Stowers alleged that Stassi and Kristen called the cops on her in 2018 for a crime she did not commit. Both ladies took to their respective Instagram posts to issue a public apology.
But just days later, Stassi lost a string of opportunities. Her PR company even dropped her. Then on Tuesday, June 9, Bravo confirmed that both Stassi and Kristen will not return for Season 9 of Vanderpump Rules. In addition, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni also got fired for their histories of tweeting racially insensitive comments.
The source told Us Weekly that Stassi “didn’t think” she would be let go from the series “after she shared her apology post on Instagram.”
“She was genuinely apologizing and felt bad about her actions, and feels like it backfired on her,” the insider added.
However, Stassi doesn’t have any hard feelings toward Lisa Vanderpump. She doesn’t think her firing is Lisa’s fault, the source revealed.
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