Stacey Schroeder and Christine Dottie expelled from "Vanderbump Rules"

Stacey Schroeder and Christine Dottie expelled from “Vanderbump Rules”

The shooting comes after Faith Stowers, who sporadically appeared in the show several seasons ago, revealed that Schroeder and Dotty, members of the original cast, had taken what she said were racist acts against her. The new cast cast Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were also abandoned, after reposting racist tweets from their past.

A Bravo spokesperson told CNN: “Bravo and Evolution Media today confirmed that Stacey Schroeder, Christine Dottie, Max Bowens and Brett Caprioni will not return to Vanderbump bases.”

CNN contacted Schroeder and Dotty representatives for comment.

During a live chat on Instagram last week, Storrs sparked a 2018 incident in which she said that Schroeder and Dotty had contacted the police to report her crimes she had not committed.

Storrs said on June 2: “There was this article in the Daily Mail where there was an African American woman. It was a strange image, so it looked very light skinned and had a different and strange tattoo. They showed it and I think this is The woman was stealing people. They called the police and they said it was me. This is a true story. I heard this from Stacey already during an interview. “

Schroeder discussed the incident during the 2018 episode of “The Bitch Bible” Podcast and admitted calling the police. At the time, Doute tweeted a link to writing a Daily Mail article, “Hey, does this previous thief not sound familiar? Someone put it on mtv and gave it a platform for the press. I didn’t want to go there but I’m going there.”

Both posted their apology statements on Instagram on Sunday.

“What I did with faith was wrong,” Schroeder wrote. “I apologize and do not expect forgiveness. I also regret anyone else who is disappointed within me. I will continue to look closely at myself and my actions – to take the time to listen, learn and learn to take responsibility for my own privileges.”

“I need to address something that happened precisely a few years ago with my ex-colleague Faith Stowers,” she wrote in her post. “Although my actions were not motivated by racist motives, I am now fully aware of how I am deeply rooted in the reality of the treatment of black society by law enforcement authorities, and the severity of my actions against them.”

“I feel shy, embarrassed and very sorry,” Doty added.

“I want to sincerely apologize for what I tweeted about in 2012 – it was a mistake on all levels,” Boyens said in a statement. New York Post About his abusive tweets when they were originally audited in January. “It’s not a representation of who I am. I was shocked because I tweeted at all – and I feel disgust and embarrassed – I’m really sorry.”
Caprioni issued an apology in a statement to People Tuesday.

“I want to express my deepest apologies to the imprudent, ignorant and abusive comments I made,” Caprione said. “I feel incredibly ashamed and accept full responsibility, and I acknowledge that this language was unacceptable at the time as it is now.” Please know that I have learned and slept since then and will not use this language today. From the bottom of my heart, I am really sorry. “

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