Schroeder reportedly faced massive backlash after criticizing women who have accused men of assault or harassment, according to People, The reality TV personality, 29, allegedly posted an episode of her podcast on Friday titled, "Are we on a male witch hunt?," including her friend Jennifer Hoffner, co-founder of the lifestyle and beauty blog Pucker & Pout.
During the podcast, listeners allege Schroeder was critical of the "#metoo" movement that invited women to share their stories online following the Harvey Weinstein scandal and other claims of men sexually harassing women.
Listeners claim that during the podcast, Schroeder made comments like it being "the easiest thing in the world" to NOT go to someone's hotel room and "suck their d--k."
People reports that a number of sponsors have pulled their support for Schroeder's Straight Up with Stassi after several people on Twitter alerted them to her alleged comments.
Sponsors, such as Rent the Runway, decided to back out of advertising on the show "Straight Up with Stassi."
Clothing retail company Rent The Runway tweeted on Friday, "We're shocked by @stassi's comments re the #metoo campaign. It goes against everything RTR stands for as a company and has publicly advocated. Our 1st ads were slated to run on Mon but effective immediately we've terminated our relationship with her podcast."
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Schroeder, who recently showed scary skinny weight loss after her breakup, had quickly deleted the episode.
The Vanderpump Rules beauty also tweeted a response which she later deleted. But People reported that she had written, "Hold up. There is ZERO bashing, & I repeat myself 3726 times how I feel the whole media frenzy has taken away from the victims who were truly assaulted. You may be misinterpreting my point, because we had the best intentions w/ this episode."
Later, Schroeder wrote to defend herself again, saying, "About 5 ppl heard this podcast & everyone else read ONE quote without the backstory or context of a TWO hours episode."
But it was apparently too late as other companies, SimpleContacts and Framebridge, also backed out of sponsorships with Schroeder's podcast and stated support for the #metoo campaign.
Schroeder, known for her bad girl behavior then told Twitter followers she would do a follow-up podcast, writing, with a picture of Game of Thrones, "I will answer injustice with justice."
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