'Vanderpump Rules' star Faith Stowers to file a lawsuit against Stassi Schroeder over theft accusations

While Stassi may have made her share of accusations, Faith Stowers is also not keeping quiet, she claims that Stassi had stolen stuff and even accused her of drugging people.

                            'Vanderpump Rules' star Faith Stowers to file a lawsuit against Stassi Schroeder over theft accusations
Stassi Schroeder (Source:Getty Images)

Former 'Vanderpump Rules' star Faith Stowers appeared on The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro on Wednesday (April 25) and had pretty big claims to make against Stassi Schroeder. The entire incident came to light when Faith recalled that Jax Taylor's car had been stolen at one point and Stassi pointed fingers at Faith claiming that she has been the one to steal it. 

"I can't talk about one of them because I'm currently about to have a lawsuit with one of them…I absolutely am. Ya I have a lawyer…Not on the show; it was, it was interviews that Ms. Schroeder has been doing and she's been saying some evil, disgusting, untrue things about me that's just, like, outlandish, like I stole Jax Taylor's car," Faith said. "Are you kidding me? They, that they called the police on me…if you listen to it yourself, you would, you would maybe shake your head or giggle a little bit cause it, it sounds like, just sounds outlandish."

"Its, like, she said, um, I think she said that, uh, at the night of the, uh, Scheana's birthday party when it came out that I slept with Jax or whatever, that I stole Jax's car that night. Jax Taylor's car magically went missing and I had to be the person that stole it…she thinks that I'm a thief."

Faith then went on to claim that Stassi had stolen stuff and even accused her of drugging people. "I don't know if Stassi's been around a lot of black women in her life; I'm guessing probably not. But this lady that she said looks like me in The Daily Mail is at large and has been stealing $300,000 worth of Rolexes and drugging people in the clubs and I mean, just disgusting type stuff, and she thinks it's me, so she calls the police to let them know that they know that I'm at this club in LA and that they should come. And the police are like, 'no, we're not coming. It's not her," she said. 

Despite all this, Faith claims that she does not want to brand Stassi as a racist because it is a tag which does not go easily. "I don't want to put the 'r' word out there and say that's she's racist because that can really stick with somebody. Even though she's a hateful, hateful bitch, I'm not gonna put more on her cause it, it's just not fair and it's just not who I am…I don't think she's saying it because I'm black… I don't want to say too much about it. I, it was, it was disgusting, it was tasteless. Especially for her," she said. 

In the end, Faith added that she just wants Stassi to respect her. "What I do want, and I demand is respect. Not only for people like me, just for people in general,' she said. Because I get that you think you think you're this big celebrity, but that doesn't mean you have the, you know, you don't have the grounds to say whatever you want to say about people that can damage, like, their real, their actual lives… "

"You have a reach ma'am, and because you have that reach, you have a responsibility so when you say things, you, you do, you make a check and you make sure they're true. And if you're gonna say something crazy, at least have a reason to. Because you, she doesn't have a reason not to like me. I've never done anything to this woman, ever."