The reality star came back into the public eye earlier this year after she revealed that her former costars Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute had made multiple false police reports about her after reading a news story about a Black woman who had drugged men at LA clubs and robbed them. Let go: Schroeder and Doute were fired over the summer after Stowers publicized their false police reports The two reality stars claimed she looked like a photo of the suspect and reported her to West Hollywood police repeatedly, including when they knew Stowers would be at clubs or other public events. The two even bragged about having called the police on Schroeder's B***h Bible podcast and complained when no action was taken. Stowers claimed that the allegations followed her since departing Vanderpump Rules in season four, and she was asked during auditions if she had ever drugged someone, stolen things or if she had any warrants out for her arrest. 'That's when I was like "Something's not right, I'm getting asked this too much,"' Stowers,' she told Insider . 'Someone actually sent me the B***h Bible podcast. [...] I listened to it, and I was mortified. My family heard it, and they were mortified.' Schroeder and Doute were fired over the summer from Vanderpump Rules for making the false police reports. Inspired: Stowers' series will be modeled after Vanderpump Rules and focus on a Black-owned clothing business In 2014, Menounos was the subject of her own reality series, Chasing Maria Menounos.  The show was broadcast on the Oxygen network for a single season.  Menounos has been in a decades-long relationship with Undergaro dating back to 1998. In 2016, he proposed to her on The Howard Stern Show, and the two had a widely publicized wedding on New Year's Eve in Times Square. The ceremony, which took place amid the New Year's festivities, was officiated by Steve Harvey during his broadcast for the holiday.



Saudis, Russia call for last-minute talks before OPEC’s oil production decision By Grant Smith, Salma El Wardany and Dina Khrennikova on 11/27/2020 (Bloomberg) --Saudi Arabia and Russia summoned the OPEC+ alliance for last-minute talks on Saturday, just before it’s due to decide whether to delay January’s output increase. A clear majority of OPEC+ watchers expect the group to maintain their supply curbs at current levels for a few months longer due to lingering uncertainty about the strength of demand. However, the decision is by no means certain amid public complaints from Iraq and Nigeria, and private discord with the United Arab Emirates. “The technical groundwork has been laid down for OPEC+ to postpone a tapering of its output cuts,” said Harry Tchilinguirian, head of commodity markets strategy at BNP Paribas SA. “Now the political groundwork needs to be put in place.” The two leading members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak and Saudi Energy Minister Abdulaziz bin Salman, requested an informal video conference with their counterparts from the Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee, which includes Algeria, Kazakhstan, Iraq, Nigeria and the UAE, according to a letter seen by Bloomberg. The unscheduled gathering comes just two days before a full OPEC ministerial meeting on Nov. 30, before conversational tone allies join talks on Dec. 1. The JMMC met online as recently as Nov. 17, but that ended without any kind of recommendation about delaying the January supply increase.