Teacher and Star Bravo posted a statement on Wednesday on her verified Instagram account.
“Over the past two weeks, I have been caught by many things, which I did not know about and many others before. I had to be silent until now, until decisions were made,” Vanderbump wrote. “Now I can speak freely from the heart.”
Bravo to CNN confirmed that “Vanderbamb rules” cast members Stacie Schroeder and Christine Doughty to return to the show after being accused Feith Storz, which appeared in the series from time to time, the couple acts against racist. Schroeder, Dotty White and Black Stowers.
New cast cast members Max Bowens and Brett Caprioni were also expelled from the show after reposting racist tweets from their past. Vanderbump has several restaurants in the Los Angeles area, and the reality show focuses on the lives of some of its employees.
He wrote Vanderbamb in a statement published on the “devastating grief that has occurred around the world,” adding, “I hope that this generation treats each other with respect and humanity, and realize that the consequences of the acts; and must have consequences.”
“I love and adore our employees,” she wrote, “and I am deeply saddened by some lack of provisions.” “As many of you know, after watching for 10 years, I have always been an active and equal ally of rights – my family and my business and I condemn all forms of cruelty, racism, homophobia, intolerance and unequal treatment. I have never endured in the workplace or our lives.”
The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills team member said viewers saw only a small portion of her employees on the show, and indicated that her company is inclusive and added that they will continue to embrace diversity.
He wrote Anitrbomb “much of what has happened in the world is not true or fair or acceptable.” “We all have work to do to create a society that we can be proud of and hope that in our pursuit forward, we strive to live in a world where kindness and compassion are our highest values.”