Jessica has since apologized for her role in what she described as a “disagreement” that “got out of hand.” In a statement to Instagram, the public figure said, “I want to say from my heart that every word of my apologies to Sasha over the course of the last two weeks privately, and again both publicly and privately today is true. I did not intend in any way to jeopardize her livelihood.”
However, the backlash against Meghan Markle‘s stylist and close friend has been swift. On the day that Mulroney publicly apologized, CTV stated they would no longer air her reality show I Do, Redo, as her alleged actions conflict with their “commitment to diversity and equality.”
In addition, Hudson’s Bay, Citytv and Good Morning America have revealed they will no longer be working with the stylist.
Mulroney has since retreated from the spotlight and said in her last post to Instagram that she will use this time “reflect, learn and listen.”
Since speaking out about her alleged interactions with Jessica, Sasha has also stepped away from social media, save for one occasion when she revealed she has been the target of “threats.” According to The Toronto Sun, she said on her Instagram Story, “Threats to my personal safety will not be tolerated.”