“Bravo has ceased filming with Jennie Nguyen and she or he’ll now no longer be a forged member of The Proper Housewives of Salt Lake City,” The network mentioned in an announcement launched by design of their legit Twitter legend on Tuesday.
“We acknowledge we did not rob acceptable action as soon as her offensive social media posts had been dropped at our consideration. Transferring forward, we are succesful of work to beef up our processes to ensure we construct better urged and additional thoughtful casting selections.”
— Bravo (@BravoTV) January 25, 2022
Executive producer Andy Cohen addressed the controversy in instant on his podcast, Radio Andy, on Monday. He urged listeners he had viewed Nguyen’s “disgusting and upsetting posts” and that “excessive discussions” had been occurring that he couldn’t address at the time.
Final week, Nguyen shared an apology for her actions by design of Instagram.
“I are looking to acknowledge and make an apology for my deleted Facebook posts from 2020 that resurfaced currently,” she wrote. “On the time, I believed I was talking out in opposition to violence, nonetheless I accept as true with since discovered how offensive and hurtful my words had been. It’s why I deactivated that legend bigger than a year within the past and why I continue to are trying to overview perspectives varied than my maintain. I remorse these posts and am sincerely sorry for the priority they prompted.”
She has no longer addressed her firing from the truth series publicly.