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Lisa Barlow states Jennie Nguyen 'deserves a second chance' after firing from Bravo show over posts

Lisa Barlow stated that Jennie Nguyen should be allowed to redeem herself after being fired from The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City over offensive posts.'I think everyone in life deserves a second chance,' said Barlow, 47, to TMZ while recently at Los Angeles International Airport.She added: 'That's what we're trying to do - just be a little bit better every single day, and hopefully we learn from our mistakes and don't make them again, and I think that's how we learn sometimes. We have to make mistakes to learn.' Second chance:Lisa Barlow, shown last week in West Hollywood, California, stated that Jennie Nguyen should be allowed to redeem herself after being fired from The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City over offensive posts on social mediaNguyen, 44, joined season two of the Bravo reality show and was introduced to the cast as Barlow's longtime friend.Barlow called Nguyen's firing in late January a 'tough decision.' 'It was really hard for everybody involved, and I hope she's doing amazing,' Barlow said.Barlow revealed that she's had little contact with Nguyen since she was booted with only a text exchange.

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Lisa Barlow stated that Jennie Nguyen should be allowed to redeem herself after being fired from The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City over offensive posts.'I think everyone in life deserves a second chance,' said Barlow, 47, to TMZ while recently at Los Angeles International Airport.She added: 'That's what we're trying to do - just be a little bit better every single day, and hopefully we learn from our mistakes and don't make them again, and I think that's how we learn sometimes. We have to make mistakes to learn.' Second chance:Lisa Barlow, shown last week in West Hollywood, California, stated that Jennie Nguyen should be allowed to redeem herself after being fired from The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City over offensive posts on social mediaNguyen, 44, joined season two of the Bravo reality show and was introduced to the cast as Barlow's longtime friend.Barlow called Nguyen's firing in late January a 'tough decision.' 'It was really hard for everybody involved, and I hope she's doing amazing,' Barlow said.Barlow revealed that she's had little contact with Nguyen since she was booted with only a text exchange.
Jen Shah revealed during the Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City reunion on Sunday that she remained on the show to tell her side of the story after being arrested.The 48-year-old reality star donned a flamboyant purple dress adorned with large feathers for the season two reunion of the Bravo series.The past season chronicled Jen's arrest in March on federal charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering. She was charged along with her assistant Stuart Smith who has since pleaded guilty, but Jen has maintained her innocent pleas and faces an upcoming trial.

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Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jennie Nguyen has been fired from the show after her past social media posts returned and caused widespread outrage.The 44-year-old joined the show, which airs on streaming service Hayu in the UK, for its second season but will no longer be involved.A statement from Bravo released on Tuesday read: "Bravo has ceased filming with Jennie Nguyen and she will no longer be a cast member of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City."We recognise we failed to take appropriate action once her offensive social media posts were brought to our attention."Moving forward, we will work to improve our processes to ensure we better informed and more thoughtful casting decisions."Jennie caused controversy earlier this month when old Facebook posts from 2020 emerged, which included memes mocking the Black Lives Matter protests and phrases such as "BLM Thugs" and "Violent Gangs".One post she shared labelled people "idiots" for "thinking police officers are the problem" as it spoke of "anarchists" rioting across the US.Other posts mocked the Covid vaccine and included conspiracies that Joe Biden stole the Presidential Election.Jennie posted a statement after the widespread backlash which read: "I want to acknowledge and apologise for my deleted Facebook posts from 2020 that resurfaced today. At the time, I thought I was speaking out against violence, but I have since learned how offensive and hurtful my words were.
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