The Witches of WeHo wine brand is dunzo.

The same day Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute were fired from “Vanderpump Rules,” news came out that their wine brand with ex-co-star Katie Maloney was also over. Nocking Point, the company behind the ladies’ rosé and pinot grigio, told Us Weekly that “the term of our agreement with the ladies expired months ago and we have taken any remaining inventory down from the website.”

A rep for Nocking Point did not return our requests for comment.

The decision to pull their wines off of virtual shelves came as Bravo and Evolution Media decided to fire Schroeder, 31, and Doute, 37, after the duo allegedly called the police to investigate ex-co-star Faith Stowers, the only black cast member to appear on “Vanderpump Rules,” for a crime she did not commit.

Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were also axed over their past racist tweets and all four reality stars apologized for their actions.

Still, brands began pulling out of their deals with Schroeder and Doute as early as last week and Schroeder’s PR agency dropped her as a client on Tuesday.

Schroeder’s brother, Nikolai Czermak, pleaded for brands and fans to forgive her via social media after her firing, begging in a now-deleted Instagram video: “I’m asking for another chance for her, and she’ll show everyone how good of a person she is and how much she cares about everyone. She likes entertaining people, that’s why she does all this TV stuff … My family is heartbroken from what’s been going on with her. Everything’s been taken away from her.

“Faith, please, is there any way that she can fix anything or do anything that can benefit both of you guys — to get her career back and to make you live the best life ever? Is there anything that we can do for you? Please. I don’t want to see my sister like this anymore … I love all you guys, but please, one more chance to forgive her.”

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