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Former ‘VPR’ star Stassi Schroeder debunks defense of Tom Sandoval on ‘Call Your Daddy’ podcast

Former ‘VPR’ star Stassi Schroeder debunks defense of Tom Sandoval on ‘Call Your Daddy’ podcast

Stassi Schröder points out that she is not a Tom Sandoval fan!

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The 34-year-old mom now mostly documents her life on Instagram since leaving ‘Vanderpump Rules’ after nine seasons on Bravo’s huge hit, but ‘VPR’ is never far behind.

Schroeder (who married her boyfriend Beau Clark two years ago) sat down with Alexandra Cooper for an interview on the celebrity-fueled “Call Her Daddy” podcast released Wednesday. Cooper and Schroeder-Clark inevitably got to discussing all things ‘Scandoval,’ and the ‘Vanderpump Rules’ alum is now clearing up circulating claims that she allegedly defended 39-year-old Tom Sandoval against the onslaught of comments on the Internet.

Schroeder clarifies she didn’t defend Sandoval on ‘Call Her Daddy’

The Blast covered countless aspects of reality TV’s biggest scandal of 2023: “Sandoval!”

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Earlier this spring, reports surfaced alleging Sandoval cheated on his partner of nine years, Ariana Madix, with her co-star and close Madix friend, Raquel Leviss. ‘VPR’ was in its offseason, but cameras quickly started rolling again once the scandal broke.

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More recently, reality TV buffs got to see the cast of “Vanderpump Rules” (including Vanderpump herself) reunite for the first time since Scandoval broke out in the tenth season’s three-part reunion.

Schroeder received airtime in the latest video episode of “Call Her Daddy”, in which she shared her thoughts on Scandoval and the treatment Sandoval had received since the scandal broke.

According to Us Weekly, the New York Times bestselling author gave her take on the social media backlash and whether she thinks Sandoval should receive the seemingly endless amount of “online vitriol.”

“I’ve been in a position where I’ve received so much hate before,” Schroeder told Cooper. “I don’t like where we are at, like in society, where that’s how we punish people…it’s like emotionally decapitating people.”

Schroeder said, “Who should decide what the punishment should be? Like, who makes someone the authority on this? she continued. “What makes this person on his computer the authority on what he thinks is enough hate for him? I don’t mind… I don’t like it,” Schroeder concluded.

Several outlets reported that the former “VPR” student defended Sandoval after the episode was released. Several hours later, Schroeder responded to the conversation via an Instagram Story text post.

How did Schroeder respond to claims that she had defended Sandoval?

Stassi Schroeder's Instagram Story Note on Defending Tom Sandoval

Schroeder was adamant in clarifying his position on Sandoval.

She wrote: “I see a lot of clickbait articles saying I defended Tom Sandoval on Call Her Daddy. Wrong,” Schroeder began in his post. “I was speaking my mind about the hate online and the darkness that comes from it. I would never defend Tom Sandoval in this situation,” Schroeder continues, referring to his affair with Leviss.

“He’s 100% wrong. Like seriously with those titles? Lol,” she concludes.

No current or past “Vanderpump Rules” cast has commented on Schroeder’s interview.

Schroeder was fired from “Vanderpump Rules” in 2020 after eight seasons with the show. According to one of our reports on the reality star, she was fired over racism allegations.

She’s been pretty open about the treatment being cut from the show. A few months after news broke of her “Vanderpump Rules” exit, she sat down with Tameron Hall for an interview.

“I needed time to process my feelings,” Schroeder said, of keeping quiet about his exit for a bit. “I needed time to process what happened, and I feel like one of the most frustrating parts of when all of this happened was that people expected me. understand everything immediately, and things like that take time,” she continued.

Schroeder reportedly hired a coach to show him how to be anti-racist and teach him about black history.

“I’m someone who’s screwed up a lot of times,” she said. “I’m the reason why I’m in this situation,” she explained.

The episode of “Call Her Daddy” by Stassi Schroeder is now streaming!

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