Faith Stowers Launches Fundraiser to Sue Stassi Schroeder

Faith Stowers has launched a fundraising campaign to sue her former “Vanderpump Rules” castmate Stassi Schroeder over claims made in Schroeder’s book. Stowers alleges that the claims made by Schroeder are false, damaging to her career and family, and that Schroeder is using her privilege for financial gain. Stowers is seeking $20,000 in order to have the book removed and plans to donate any royalties to charity or assist a chosen family.

Faith Stowers has launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for a lawsuit against her former “Vanderpump Rules” castmate Stassi Schroeder over claims made in Schroeder’s book that Stowers believes are harmful to her and her family, seeking to remove any mention of her from the book and ensure that any royalties or funds collected are given to charity or assisting a chosen family.

Faith Stowers, known for her appearance on “Vanderpump Rules,” has launched a fundraiser through GoFundMe to help her pursue legal action against her former castmate, Stassi Schroeder. Stowers claims that Schroeder made additional unfounded and harmful allegations about her in her recently published book, “Off with My Head: The Definitive Basic B*tch Handbook to Surviving Rock Bottom,” which was released in April 2022. Notably, Schroeder and Kristen Doute were fired from the show in 2020 after facing backlash for reporting Stowers to the police in 2018 solely based on a mistaken identity.

Stowers alleges that she was racially targeted and subjected to relentless verbal attacks by Schroeder and Doute. She further accuses the duo of leveraging their privilege and celebrity status to tear her down during a difficult period in her life and in the country. Stowers emphasizes that she has since been vindicated of any wrongdoing and is seeking justice for the harm caused by Schroeder’s continued damaging claims in her book.

Although Schroeder and Doute have previously apologized for their actions, Stowers believes that Schroeder’s latest publication pushes them two steps backward. Stowers asserts that Schroeder perpetuates harmful and baseless allegations that negatively impact her career and family. Consequently, Stowers is raising funds, aiming to collect $20,000 to remove any mentions of her in Schroeder’s book. Additionally, she plans to ensure that any royalties or funds collected from the book are directed towards charity or assisting a chosen family.

Stowers wraps up her plea by expressing gratitude to her supporters for standing against bullies and racial division. She firmly believes that Schroeder’s alleged actions demonstrate a lack of growth and an exploitation of privilege for personal financial gain. Stowers concludes that it is time to put an end to these harmful practices. So far, representatives for Schroeder have not responded to requests for comment on the matter.

- Advertisement -