Stassi Schroeder Says Her Pregnancy Saved Her From ‘Alcoholism’ After ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Firing


Stassi Schroeder is getting candid.

In a preview for her new podcast The Good, The Bad, The Baby with husband Beau Clark, the 33-year-old former reality star and author explained how her pregnancy saved her after she was fired from Vanderpump Rules for her racism scandal.

Back in June 2020, Stassi and Kristen Doute, among a few others, were fired from the Bravo show following their past behavior towards another co-star, Faith Stowers.

Weeks after her firing, Stassi announced she was pregnant with her first child. She and Beau, 40, welcomed daughter Hartford on January 7, 2021.

“A lot of people think going through a hard time while you’re pregnant, it’s like, ‘Oh man, that sucks.’ I think [it] made me so much better to be pregnant while I was going through a hard time,” Stassi began in a clip shared on her Instagram Story. “If I wasn’t pregnant, I think I probably would have just like gone to alcoholism, Xanax, all of these unhealthy things.”

“I would have lashed out…dark passenger-ed,” Stassi added. “And I think our baby 100 percent saved me.”

Stassi went on to say that her pregnancy kept her “so positive all the time” and “put things into perspective.”

“When I look back on this past year, to me it’s filled with so much more happiness and thankfulness and gratitude than sadness,” Stassi explained, “because when I have the f–king greatest gift I’ve ever been given, it just put things into perspective.”



Updated: March 11, 2021 — 12:03 pm

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