Though Stassi Schroeder was fired from Vanderpump Rules, the 32-year-old has an impressive net worth to keep her afloat. Schroeder is worth an estimated net worth of $2 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Schroeder’s accomplishments go beyond appearing on TV. In addition to being a reality star, she is a blogger, podcast host and author. Her podcast, “Straight Up With Stassi,” covers “topics like pop culture, friendships, relationships, behind the scenes of Vanderpump Rules,” according to her website. However, since being fired, her podcast has been removed from all platforms. She also has a book titled Next Level Basic: The Definitive Basic Bitch Handbook, which she released in April 2019.
It’s clear the New Orleans native, who is expecting her first child with fiancé Beau Clark, is open about her personal life. Schroeder and Kristen Doute were both fired from Vanderpump Rules after racist behavior toward former costar Faith Stowers, who is black. Stowers joined an Instagram Live with Floribama Shore star Candace Rice star to reveal Schroeder and Doute called the cops on Stowers and falsely accused her of a crime she didn’t commit. Additionally, allegations were made that Schroeder and Doute called Stower’s hair “nappy.” After Stower’s comments, Schroeder lost multiple partnerships, including vitamin brand Ritual and shaving brand Billie.
On June 8, Schroeder broke her silence on the allegations and took accountability for her past actions. “I did not recognize then the serious ramifications that could have transpired because of my actions, she wrote on Instagram at the time. “What I did to Faith was wrong. I apologize and I do not expect forgiveness. I am also sorry to anyone else that feels disappointed in me. I am going to continue to look closer at myself and my actions — to take the time to listen, to learn and to take accountability for my own privilege.”
Stowers revealed to Page Six that she feels “hopeful” after Bravo cut ties with Schroeder and Doute. “I feel so vindicated studios and production are able to see blatant racism and make these positive changes and help move the race forward—help with the fight forward,” she told the outlet.
Schroeder and Doute “are devastated,” about being let go from the show, a source exclusively told Life & Style. “They really didn’t think they would be fired.”