Stassi Schroeder is known for being outspoken, but the reality star has found herself in some seriously hot water with endorsers over comments she made on her podcast, Straight Up With Stassi, regarding the #MeToo campaign.

In a now-deleted podcast, Schroeder, along with friend and聽Pucker & Pout blog founder Jennifer Hoffman, took on the recent allegations of sexual assault and harassment that have come forth in recent weeks with an episode titled 鈥淎re We on a Male Witch Hunt?鈥

While sounding off about the topic, the girls made several comments that many found to be controversial regarding both sexual and domestic violence.

鈥淎 lot of them are more than willing to go to that hotel room,鈥 Schroder, 29, quipped, adding that no one could make her perform sexual acts she wasn鈥檛 willing to do barring the use of excessive force. 鈥淚t鈥檚 the easiest thing to just be like, no鈥 I鈥檝e been reading all these stories of women who were maybe making out with this person, and then they were forced [to perform sexual acts],鈥 she said. 鈥淚鈥檓 like, wait, sounds like he thought you liked it, because you were making out with him, but now, years later, when it鈥檚 now a trend to say #metoo, you鈥檙e gonna come out and say that you were sexually assaulted?鈥

The reality starlet went on to say that cases in which women, or 鈥渉amsters,鈥 as she referred to them, who made sexual abuse allegations to 鈥渁void embarrassment鈥 over their actions 鈥樷漴ustrate me, because it takes away from the actual victims, people who have actually experienced this, and that is what frustrates me so much,鈥 later adding, 鈥淭o the victims, we鈥檙e on your side鈥 but we don鈥檛 know the truth about so many of these things.鈥

Hoffman responded to say that people aren鈥檛 thinking of the consequences of naming an alleged abuser in the era of 鈥渕ob justice,鈥 adding, 鈥淵ou name one person on the internet, and it blows up, and maybe they didn鈥檛 even do anything, maybe you had a bad day鈥 a lot of times, that has happened.鈥

The Vanderpump Rules star summed things up by saying, 鈥淢y main two issues are that one, men that actually have not done anything are being accused and their reputation鈥檚 being ripped apart鈥 and there are other people鈥 that are collateral damage, like the crew鈥 and then my second issue is that I want to be able to be alone in a room with a dude and not have him be scared of me, and I want鈥 the men that I work with to still be able to joke.鈥

Rent the Runway, for one, was NOT pleased to hear backlash regarding the comments, terminating its relationship with her podcast 鈥渆ffective immediately鈥 after fans flocked to social media to sound the alarms to the company.

鈥淲e鈥檙e shocked by @stassi鈥檚 comments re the #MeToo campaign,鈥 the company wrote in a tweet. 鈥淚t goes against everything RTR stands for as a company and has publicly advocated. Our first ads were slated to run Monday, but effective immediately we鈥檝e terminated our relationship with her podcast.鈥

Framebridge quickly followed suit, tweeting out a similar message, adding, 鈥淲e will always stand by brave women sharing their stories,鈥 as did Simple Contacts, who wrote, 鈥淭o suggest that the #metoo campaign is made up of attention-seekers belittles the pain and suffering so many women experience on a regular basis.鈥

Schroeder, for her part, says that the comments were 鈥taken out of context鈥 from a two-hour episode, and that she鈥檚 working on a follow-up podcast for clarifications.

When asked why she deleted the original podcast, she responded to say, 鈥淏ecause a lot of people aren鈥檛 ready for it yet.鈥

Do you think Stassi鈥檚 comments were taken out of context? Tell us over @BritandCo.

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