Kristen Doute Turns Camera Off in New “Pump Rules” Reunion Promo

The show must continue! The second part of Vanderpump RulesThe Season 8 Reunion Promises Major Drama After Stassi Schröder, Kristen Doubted and more cast members were fired from the series.

In a new promo from Tuesday, June 8, reunion episode, Doute, 37, sees himself clash with teammates and hinting at her own exit, hours after she and Schroeder, 31, were fired by Bravo for past racially insensitive comments. “I’m gone,” she threatened, turning off the camera with both hands.

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Congratulations confirmed to We Weekly that the meeting will be broadcast as scheduled despite the layoffs of four actors tuesday. “Bravo and Evolution Media confirmed today that Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules“, the network said in a statement to We.

Schroeder and Doute were ousted less than a week after former co-star Faith Stowers opened up about being the only black cast member on the show. Whereas Talk with Floribama Shoreit is Candace Rice On Instagram Live, Stowers, 31, revealed that former SUR employees called the cops on her in 2018 for a crime she didn’t commit. Two days later, the two Next Level Basic author and t-shirt designer James Mae released public statements about Stowers’ allegations.

Vanderpump Rules meeting to air as scheduled amid Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute firings

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“It is important that I continue to take responsibility for what I have said and done, while striving to do better. I have grown considerably from the person I was then, and I am still filled with remorse and regret for the harm I caused,” Schroeder wrote on Saturday, June 7. The ‘Straight Up With Stassi’ podcast host has since lost a number of endorsement deals and been dropped by his PR company following the scandal.

Doute penned her own apology the same day, admitting she was “taking some time to really process” her past mistakes. “I’m ashamed, embarrassed and incredibly sorry,” she wrote via Instagram. “I will do better. I have to do better.

While Schroeder and Doute were original cast members, Boyens and Caprioni had just joined the Vanderpump Rules family this season. Earlier this year, they both came under fire for making racist comments on social media in the past — and they each apologized during the first half of the June 2 reunion episode.

“It wasn’t OK then, it’s not OK now,” Caprioni admitted, adding that he “deeply” regrets using derogatory terms. “I do my best to move forward and be the best person I can be.”