Stassi Schroeder’s life is taking a new direction, so is she leaving Vanderpump Rules?
On April 15, Millennium Magazine shared a preview of Stassi Schroeder’s latest cover, which seemingly hinted at a possible exit from the bravo series.
“The Los Angeles Resident Speaks of Her Experience on ‘Vanderpump Rules,’ Taking a New Direction in Her Life, and Her Time as a Stalker.”
Stassi Schroeder appeared on Vanderpump Rules in a full-time role during the first and second seasons of the show. However, after season 2, Stassi Schroeder appeared to have quit the series and moved to New York City. Much like she has in recent months, Stassi Schroeder continuously led fans to believe she was down with the series. But ahead of season 3, she was suddenly back in Los Angeles and filming with her co-stars.
Because Stassi Schroeder was so misleading about her Vanderpump Rules future in the past, many have chalked her recent statements up as a ploy for publicity, but there’s always a possibility of her moving on — especially since she no longer works at SUR Lounge, and has no relationship with any of her co-stars.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Stassi Schroeder first began hinting at her exit from Vanderpump Rules ahead of season 4 in January. At the time, she slammed Bravo for editing her to be the “mean girl” of the show, and revealed she had no interest in continuing on with her reality TV career.
“There are so many things I’ve said as a joke, but they don’t show me laughing after,” Stassi Schroeder told In Touch Weekly. “I have no control over what’s shown! We’re putting ourselves out there to be judged.”
“I don’t want to do reality TV again. It’s just not where my head’s at anymore! I’m happiest these days just being at home with (my boyfriend) Patrick.”
A short time later, Stassi Schroeder’s former boss and co-star, Lisa Vanderpump, weighed in on her role on the show.
In an interview with Perez Hilton, Vanderpump revealed the following:
“A lot of nasty, negative things said about everybody else, including me, which I think is a shame really, at this point, because I think at SUR, they were like family, and I think we gave her some great opportunities. It’s a shame, but I guess people learn from their own mistakes.”
Stassi Schroeder is currently starring in her own Podcast series, which airs on Sirius XM on Wednesday.
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