Pregnant Vanderpump Rules’ Stassi Schroeder steps out for first time with Beau Clark after firing for racist behavior – The Sun
SHAMED Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder was spotted for the first time after news of both her firing and pregnancy hit the web.
She was holding hands with her fiance, Beau Clark, as they picked up food in Los Angeles.
Stassi, 31, walked hand-in-hand with Beau as they made their way into a California restaurant.
The former reality TV stars covered their faces with bandanas before taking them off as they walked back to their car.
Stassi – who at one point placed her hand over her belly – wore a cardigan over her black dress as she hid her pregnancy bump from the cameras under the smoldering California sun.
This is the first time that Stassi has been since after her pregnancy news broke on Saturday and days after she was fired from Bravo over racist behavior against Faith Stowers.
Beau and Stassi are expecting their first child together, various sources have claimed, despite them remaining quiet on social media.
Stassi and Beau got engaged in 2019 after being together for two years.
Ironically enough, Stassi had previously revealed she and Beau had put their baby-making plans on hold so they could drink at their wedding.
The couple had been trying to start a family before they got engaged in July last year.
“I was trying last summer,” she said to the publication while promoting season 8 of the Bravo show.
However, their plans were halted when they got engaged as she wanted to drink Italian wine and fit into her wedding dress without any issues.
The Louisiana native had told Us that she “hoped” they were going to start a family soon.
“I am so ready for one of my friends to have a damn baby,” Schroeder said. “Katie [Maloney is] too scared to be the first. Brittany wants to, so I’m like, ‘Well, keep at it.’”
The news came just days after former VPR star Faith Stowers claimed that Stassi and Kristen Doute had pulled a disturbing racist stunt by making a false claim to cops about her in 2017.
Stassi, Kristen and Faith all previously worked at SUR, Lisa Vanderpump's bar, located in West Hollywood.
Speaking on a podcast, Faith said: "There was this article where there was an African-American lady. It was a weird photo, so she looked very light-skinned and had these different, weird tattoos. I guess this woman was robbing people.
"And they called the cops and said it was me. This is like, a true story. I heard this from, actually, Stassi during an interview."
Bravo later issued a statement which read: “Bravo and Evolution Media confirmed today that Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules.”
All four reality stars apologized for their actions and words, but it didn't stop them from losing their jobs.
A shocked and upset Stassi was also dropped by multiple sponsors, as well as her agent and publicist, after the allegations came to light.
On Sunday the 31-year-old posted a lengthy note of “remorse” to her 2.1 million Instagram followers on Sunday, which was then followed with Kristen's apology as well.
In the aftermath of the Vanderpump Rules shake-up, Stassi's mom reportedly called Bravo to beg for her reality star daughter’s job back following her firing this week.
Stassi’s mom called Bravo to try and get her rehired,” a source told Us Weekly.
On Wednesday, the ex VPR star’s brother, Nikolai Czermak also said he was “desperate” to convince people to give his older sibling another chance.
He claimed his family is “heartbroken” after she was fired on Tuesday for Faith Stowers' accusations of past "racist" behavior.
The teen’s attempt to show everyone how “good of a person” Stassi is was shared in a since-deleted Instagram video.
However, Nikolai’s urging comes as other controversial remarks from the Next Level Basic author were brought back into the spotlight.
On Wednesday, a 2017 episode of Straight Up With Stassi resurfaced where the ex reality star complained about “everything” being about “African Americans.”
"I'm like, really sick of everyone making everything about race. I’m kind of over it,” Stassi revealed on her podcast.
"I know I’m the one person whose not allowed to say that, because I’m a white, privileged, blonde 28-year old.
"But, everyone giving their impassioned speeches about race and all of that stuff, I'm like, 'Why is it always just about African Americans?’”
The author added that when Black people "get upset, everybody has to go above and beyond to then make them happy.
"And I hate saying the word 'them' because I'm not….. not everybody's the same. I mean the ones that are out there b****ing about things.”
A source even told The Sun that the star is worried about losing her $1.7M dream home, which she had started to redecorate and possibly prepare for her new addition.
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