Stassi Schroeder has received some unexpected support on Twitter from her former boyfriend, patrick meagher. In the midst of the #MeToo campaign scandal, which rocked the "Vanderpump Rules" star at the end of last week, Meagher shared a tweet in which he spoke of his support for Schroeder and said he was proud of the apology she offered on her official website after several advertisers pulled their ads from her podcast series.

"More than anyone, I can speak intimately to the consistency of Stassi Schroeder's character," Patrick Meagher began in his November 26 statement.

According to Meagher, he's inspired by anyone human who is brave enough to speak out against any form of abuse or discrimination and encourages his audience to read and share Schroeder's message. With his tweet, Meagher shared a statement from Schroeder in which she apologized to those who she hurt with her comments about the women coming forward with claims of sexual abuse.

Did Patrick Meagher dig himself into a hole?

In response to her former boyfriend's tweet, Stassi Schroeder said, "Your support, above most, means a lot." However, a lot of Meagher's followers slammed him for standing beside Schroeder throughout the controversy. As they pointed out on Twitter, Schroeder reportedly spent two hours doubting a number of the victims who have come forward as attention seekers.

Some Twitter users even suggested that Meagher hadn't actually listened to the podcast at all. The majority of Meagher's followers seemed to be offended by his tweet and one person suggested that his own radio show would soon be canceled due to his support of his former girlfriend.

Patrick Meagher will be seen on 'Vanderpump Rules' season six

While the radio host resisted filming for the first few years of his relationship with Stassi Schroeder, he ultimately chose to appear on the show's sixth season after reuniting with Schroeder earlier this year. That said, their romance came to an abrupt end just weeks after Patrick Meagher appeared in front of the cameras due to his failure to acknowledge what would have been their four-year anniversary.

To see more of Stassi Schroeder and her co-stars, including Kristen Doute, Scheana Marie, Jax Taylor, Tom Sandoval, Lisa Vanderpump, Katie Maloney, Lala Kent, James Kennedy, and Tom Schwartz, don't miss the premiere of "Vanderpump Rules" season six on Monday, December 4 at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.