It seems where Rachel Zoe goes, drama inevitably follows; but what more could we ask of the reality TV stylist? After the much publicized and dramatically revealed parting between Zoe and her long-time assistant Taylor Jacobson last year, followers of the show were shocked again when fan-favorite Brad Goreski left the company as well last September. While both parties insisted the split was amicable, Zoe has taken to the new season of The Rachel Zoe Project to shed a bit more light on the issue. Shortly after the Canadian-born stylist left the Zoe camp, it was announced that Goreski would be getting his own show on Bravo and releasing a book with Harper Collins. In a promo released by Bravo for the next season of RZP, Zoe reveals that Goreski's parting words may not have been entirely truthful. See what she has to say:
"After three years of working together, Brad sat Rodger and I down and said, ‘I need to make a change. I want to be at home with my dog and my boyfriend. I want my personal life. I want to be out of the limelight.' And of course, within a week of us parting, when Brad went out on his own as a stylist, he started to pursue our clients, started going to all these events, and doing all these things he said he had no interest in. It’s not the first time I’ve been used. It’s probably going to be the last time, though."