December 30, 2016
Stassi Schroeder Suicidal After ‘Pump Rules’: Katie Maloney Says Editing Is To Blame

Stassi Schroeder has been labeled one of the mean girls on this season of Vanderpump Rules as she has been talking about Lala Kent behind her back with Kristen Doute and Katie Maloney. While Katie was a fan-favorite last year with viewers, things have changed this season as Katie has really become the mean girl. And it sounds like many viewers aren't holding their opinions to themselves, as Katie, Kristen and Stassi get weekly tweets about how horrible they are. All of the girls had hoped that "the truth" would be revealed on Vanderpump Rules, but they are now claiming that their sides of the story have been edited out.

According to a new tweet, Stassi Schroeder is now revealing that she can't handle the negative feedback anymore from viewers and she wants people to please leave her alone. Of course, Schroeder may have expected that people would have an opinion about Vanderpump Rules, as it is a very popular show, but it sounds like she can't handle the drama.

"Lesson 1: don't agree to go up to ppl to "talk" after 6 hours of drinking in the sun. Lesson 2: be fake so that I get a good edit," Stassi Schroeder tweeted last night before the negative feedback got to be too much for Schroeder.

"Suicidal thanks to you tweeters. Please stop," Stassi Schroeder tweeted in the middle of the night last night after the west coast watched the newest episode of Vanderpump Rules, adding later, "I thought I was thick skinned & tough. I'm not. I'm having a mental/emotional/everything breakdown. Please everyone stop."

While Stassi Schroeder was begging her followers to please keep their opinions to themselves after she slammed Scheana Shay for apologizing to Lala, fans were not understanding her side of the story. Schroeder was clearly the one who was pushing for Scheana to look bad and feel horrible about apologizing, as Katie changed her mind after speaking with her. And viewers were furious about their point of view as they were still the mean girls.

"Keep hoping my truth will be told buuuttt guess that's in a trash can somewhere," Maloney revealed as Vanderpump Rules aired last night, to which her followers had plenty of advice on how she could move on from the drama.

"You could always explain yourself on Social Media- those of us who troll it would see it," one person suggested, to which Maloney replied, "I can't actually.... wish I could. But I'm being sacrificed while others are being protected."

"Your only being shown as what happened you are a mean drunk. You aren't being sacrificed," one person replied to Maloney, saying that she isn't as innocent as she wants people to believe.

Even though both Stassi Schroeder and Katie Maloney want to move on from the drama that played out on last night's episode of Vanderpump Rules, Maloney argued that she's not a bad person. And she revealed that if she was a horrible person, she wouldn't have great friends and a husband.

"Jeez... not gonna lie ppl - I get it.. If I was watching this without knowing me I'd be put off too.. guess my side got... cut," Katie revealed on Twitter, blaming editing as to why her side of the story wouldn't be shared on Vanderpump Rules.

"Girl. Cut it out. You acted a petty fool this season. Editing didn't do that. Take responsibility & stop it," one person wrote to Maloney, to which Katie later wrote on Twitter, "You've got be kidding me. u don't honestly think that I'd have friends& a husband or family that love me,if I was rly like that. Jeez. Enough."

It sounds like fans want her to own her mistakes and own when she's being mean. But since Maloney appears to be listening to everything Stassi is saying, it is tough to get her to change when Stassi keeps pulling her back to the dark side.

What do you think of Stassi Schroeder being suicidal after getting feedback from Vanderpump Rules viewers?

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