Stassi Schroeder recently opened up about the potential end of her role on "Vanderpump Rules." Midway through the 5th season of the Bravo reality series, Schroeder made an appearance on the "Allegedly" podcast with Theo Von and revealed why five seasons of the show may be her max.

Following an episode of the series last month in which Schroeder was seen yelling at Scheana Marie, who had apologized to Lala Kent for anything untrue she may have said to her, Schroeder was blasted by fans on Twitter who accused her of being a bully. After telling her haters that they had made her suicidal with their comments, Schroeder admitted that she struggled to process the negative feedback.

Stassi Schroeder doesn't want to be the villain of 'Vanderpump Rules'

According to Schroeder, via Reality Tea, she's never had a problem with people telling her to kill herself before, because she's often deserved it, but after she and Scheana Marie fought on the show, she felt she was being attacked due to unfair editing. She also began to question herself about whether or not she wants to continue with the show.

Schroeder “doesn’t trust” her Bravo producers at this point and is unsure of how her future will play out. As she explained, she attempted to threaten them with good behavior. “I think I’m going to change and when the cameras start rolling," she said, adding that instead of being dramatic, she'll promote peace.

"Like is that what you want? Cause you’re not gonna have a show!"

Stassi Schroeder won't be dating anytime soon

Six months after splitting from Patrick Meagher, Schroeder is staying single and determined to do so for an entire year. According to the reality star, she's vowed to do so in an effort to get out of the habit of serial dating.

She also said that she is liking her new life as a single professional in Los Angeles.

To see more of Stassi Schroeder and her co-stars, including Jax Taylor, Scheana Marie and Lisa Vanderpump, tune into "Vanderpump Rules" season five on Monday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo.