Rachel Zoe on Taylor Jacobson, 'There's a difference between being supposedly fired and being fired'

rachel-zoe-project-bravo-taylor-jacobson-fired.jpgIn the Season 3 premiere episode of " The Rachel Zoe Project," we finally hear what led to Taylor Jacobson's abrupt departure last November from the Rachel Zoe camp.

Well, at least we heard Zoe's side of things. In the episode, Zoe and her husband, Rodger Berman, accuse Taylor of pilfering designer samples and trying to sabotage coworker, Brad Goreski.

In an interview with TV Guide, Jacobson stayed pretty tight lipped, though she did comment on whether she left the company of her own accord.

"There are always two sides to a story," Jacobson says. "I don't know anyone who hasn't been supposedly fired by Rachel -- just investigate her past with clients and assistants."

During a press call Tuesday (July 27), Zap2it asked Zoe about Jacobson's statement that she has a record of employees leaving her, including Jacobson, and then falsely calling those departures terminations.
 
"There is a difference between being supposedly fired and being fired," Zoe tells us. "And it's not the first time I've been disappointed and it's not the first time someone has been fired from my team. It's happened twice before, which I can say is not very much considering I've been doing this for 15 years."

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