The 'Vanderpump Rules' star made the controversial comments on her Straight Up With Stassi podcast.
Stassi Schroeder has apologized for the controversial comments she made about the #MeToo campaign on her podcast Straight Up With Stassi.
In a now-deleted episode titled ‘Are We on a Male Witch Hunt?’, Schroeder made comments including claiming that many victims of sexual harassment were only choosing to speak out now because of the ‘hashtag me too trend’.
After the episode dropped Schroeder was widely criticized on social media and even lost some of the show’s sponsors.
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