Vanderpump Rules' Jax Taylor says ex-boss Andy Cohen is 'not allowed near his house' after he was fired from the show

JAX Taylor expressed his distaste for his ex-boss, Andy Cohen, as he said the host is "not allowed near his house" after firing.

The Vanderpump Rules star was axed from the show in December of 2020 for "unknown reasons" as he and his wife Brittany Cartwright prepared for the birth of their first child.

Jax, 41, recently spoke about his relationship with the Bravo network on the Daddy Issues podcast with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson.

When asked if his leave was a positive change, he responded: "It's a huge huge relief for me. When we talked with the producers it didn't make sense for me to be totally honest."

The soon-to-be father explained how he was moving forward with his life and was no longer able to sustain the partying and fighting that the show required.

"We are not walking away from TV we are just gonna move on to something more family oriented. Less stress, no drama," he explained.


"The show was good to me, they did me a little dirty towards the end. I was paid a lot of money to be that douche bag, that villain.

"I was on the show for nine years. I made a lot of money and I was happy… the only thing I'm going to miss about it is the paycheck.

"It's just that lifestyle when you reach a certain age- I can't do it anymore… I can't be a father… It's not realistic. It's not fair for the viewers." 

The hosts then switched gears as they asked the reality star about Bravo producer and executive Andy Cohen.


"Is Andy Cohen going to be delivering your child," they asked jokingly, to which Jax responded: "No, he's not allowed near my house."

As the group erupted in laughter, he further clarified: "No, no I'm just kidding, he's a great guy but no."

Jax and his wife Brittany are just days away from welcoming their firstborn son, but their journey has not been easy.

The soon-to-be mom has received harsh feedback from fans about her weight gain during the pregnancy, and the couple has been forced to take the defense.


After sharing a set of sweet maternity photos, body-shamers wrote scathing comments about the TV personality's "belly skin," and mocked her size.

Both Jax and his wife have slammed the haters for their criticism, and earlier this week the controversial bartender called them "pathetic" for "bullying" a pregnant woman.

Amidst the internet drama, the Bravolebrity has also been dealing with financial struggles, as The Sun recently revealed that he owes over $1.2million in taxes to the U.S. Government.

The Vanderpump alum purchased a $2M Los Angeles mansion just before his Bravo firing, and court records have revealed that he currently owes the IRS $868,035.


Jax hopped on Instagram live to explain the matter, admitting: "Oh yeah, I had a bad tax situation. I had a bad bookkeeper. We all get bad bookkeepers.

"I suggest researching your bookkeeper when you pay your taxes because I got f*cked.”

"I’m fixing it. It’s not a big deal," he ensured his fans.

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