Stassi Schroeder Apologizes After ‘Me Too’ Controversy On Podcast

Stassi Schroeder faced recoil online after participating in an partial of her podcast, Straight Up with Stassi, that was patrician “Are We on a Male Witch Hunt?”

According to reports, the Vanderpump Rules star allegedly mocked the victims of the Me Too campaign and fast lost a series of advertisers shortly thereafter.

Right away, Schroeder took to her Twitter page in an try to fight the critique by observant that she simply believed that the media frenzy surrounding the campaign was holding divided from those who have actually been assaulted.

“About 5 ppl listened this podcast everybody else review ONE quote but the backstory or context of a TWO hours episode,” she told her supporters on Twitter.

Rent the Runway, an online let service that provides users with engineer wardrobe and accessories, was first to announce that they were slicing ties with the podcast host and reality star. As they explained, the company was repelled by Schroeder’s comments and pronounced she went against all they mount for and advocate. A brief time later, Simple Contacts expelled a matter on Twitter, observant they too had private their ads from her show.

“Simple Contacts doesn’t determine with or acquit the opinions of @stassi,” their Twitter proclamation read.

The company also pronounced that to advise the women who have come brazen as partial of the Me Too campaign are simply courtesy seekers “belittles the pain and suffering” that so many females have endured and continue to continue on a unchanging basis.

Framebridge finished their ties with Schroeder last week as good and pronounced they would instead mount by the dauntless women who have selected to come brazen and share their stories of abuse.

In a second statement, Schroeder pronounced that her comments weren’t meant to harm anyone.

“I was trying to demonstrate my opinion and start a discourse that we consider may have come too soon,” she explained. “I’ve now satisfied just how big this issue is and it’s something we can’t even start to tackle. When the discourse becomes acceptable, we wish to be a partial of it.”

For some-more of Stassi Schroeder and her co-stars, including Scheana Marie, Jax Taylor, Katie Maloney, Lala Kent, Tom Sandoval, Kristen Doute, Tom Schwartz, and James Kennedy, don’t skip the sixth deteriorate of Vanderpump Rules, which is set to premiere on Monday, Dec. 4 at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.

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