Reality TV star Stassi Schroeder will tell the story of “the bumpiest year of her life” in a new memoir, Us Weekly reports.

Gallery Books will publish Schroeder’s Off With My Head: The Definitive Basic Bitch Handbook to Surviving Rock Bottom this spring.

Schroeder is best known for her years as a cast member of Vanderpump Rules, the Bravo reality TV series about restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump and the staff at her West Hollywood, California, eateries.

In 2020, Schroeder was fired from the show after news came to light that two years before, she reported Faith Stowers, a Black Vanderpump Rules cast member, to the police for a theft that Stowers didn’t commit.

In an Instagram post announcing her book, Schroeder wrote, “It’s no secret I’ve made some big mistakes and have been called out for them, but I’ve also done a lot of reflecting and learning.…By writing this book, I hope to shed some light on what happened with me, but my real hope is that my stories can help someone else find their way out of their own worst times…and maybe laugh at my expense along the way.”

Schroeder is the author of a previous book, Next Level Basic: The Definitive Basic Bitch Handbook.

Off With My Head is scheduled for publication on April 26.

Michael Schaub is a Texas-based journalist and regular contributor to NPR.