“I mean, honestly, the thing is I’m proud of Bravo because Bravo knew that wasn’t the light they wanted to show,” the former SURver told TMZ. “They were standing up against people who are just not a good, right fit for Bravo now.”
Faith appeared on Pump Rules as a friend of the main cast. Jax then cheated on his then-girlfriend, now wife Brittany Cartwright, with Faith. The tryst became a storyline on season 6 of the show. The drama then spilled over into off-camera shenanigans when Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute reported Faith to the police for a crime she didn’t commit. They later bragged about their behavior on a podcast and social media.
SUR’s former resident bad-boy bartender also made damning allegations about Faith on social media, accusing her of committing a crime.
Bravo fired Stassi and Kristen in June while Jax and Brittany announced their exits from the show earlier this month. Jax claims he and Brittany left the show on their own accord, but sources say the network fired the two.
“We are excited to take this time to focus on our growing family and share with you our new endeavors,” Jax and Brittany said in a statement at the time.
“I think that what he did and what Stassi and Kristen did is not a good thing for Bravo,” Faith added. “I’m really proud of that network. It means a lot to everyone.”
Still, despite their past issues, Faith wishes Jax and Brittany well on their journey into parenthood.
It seems that Faith may be getting the last laugh at the end of the day as she is currently working on a new reality show. Maria Menounos is an executive producer on the developing show.
It’s unclear when Bravo will begin filming for season 9 of Vanderpump Rules.