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Christine Quinn Makes 'Wild' Accusations About Time On 'Selling Sunset'

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By Afouda Bamidele on April 20, 2023 at 3:00 AM EDT

Christine Quinn is openly discussing her time on "Selling Sunset"; more than tea, she is spilling some hot coffee!

The reality TV star has shockingly revealed her time on the popular Netflix show. Known for her bold personality and sharp tongue, Quinn has been a prominent cast member of the show since its inception in 2019.

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Christine Quinn Drops Bombshells About Her Experience on 'Selling Sunset'

During a guest appearance on an episode of Savannah Chrisley's podcast "Unlocked," the ex-cast member characterized her five seasons on the popular series as resembling "Big Brother, everyone's like bangin' the boss."

"It's wild," the 34-year-old said, adding, "That's why I was so shi*y at real estate. Because I never fu*cked my boss." Chrisley then inquired whether her former co-star, Chrishell Stause's career underwent a significant shift after she began a relationship with Jason Oppenheim, the co-founder of Oppenheim Group.

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Christine Quinn Makes 'Wild' Accusations About Time On 'Selling Sunset'
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Without hesitation, the entrepreneur responded candidly, "Absolutely," and further expressed her belief that "The difference is that she got preferential treatment when it came to filming the show and having listings on the show, which is more important than real life."

Fans will recall that the former couple announced their relationship in July 2021 during a trip to Italy with some of their co-stars. However, their romance ended in December of the same year, partly because Stause wanted to begin a family. 

Chrisley mentioned that her colleagues also regarded Quinn as a "hardcore villain" while filming the show. "I was on my island," she responded, "It was very unfair. It was disgusting; it was vile."

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Although the mother-of-one had claimed earlier that she had discussed her intentions to leave the show with Oppenheim, he noted that fans were growing weary of her well before she departed in 2022. 

Per The Blast, she exited the show following a series of conflicts and allegations after the fifth season. After leaving, Quinn and her husband, Christian Richard, launched a cryptocurrency-based real estate venture called RealOpen.

She also featured in several high-profile fashion campaigns, including MCM's holiday collection, and published her book, "How to Be a Boss B*tch." While the rest of the cast was gearing up for its sixth season, Oppenheim shared that he believed it happened at an opportune moment.

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In a conversation with Page Six, the 46-year-old shared his thoughts on her exit and asserted that her portrayal as the show's villain had become stale after several seasons. In his own words:

"I think people were tired of watching that dynamic continue season after season."

Cast of Netflix reality series "Selling Sunset"
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According to the attorney, her departure positively impacted both the show and the office environment. He explained that, being a professional real estate broker, he did not enjoy being privy to the constant drama. 

Oppenheim noted that he was unhappy with the issues surrounding Quinn that were brought to his attention and clarified that he never had a personal feud with the reality star. In conclusion, he added, 'But I wish her the best, and I know she is doing great things, especially in the fashion space."

Christine Quinn Talks About Her Life After 'Selling Sunset'

After bidding farewell to the show, she has been busy exploring various opportunities in entertainment and fashion while mothering her 22-month-old, Christian. As reported by The Blast, the reality TV star also appeared on "The Masked Singer" in a Scorpio costume. 

Following her elimination, Quinn shared details about her experience in the singing competition and her life after the hit Netflix series. In an interview with PEOPLE, she described her elaborate costume as a combination of "vintage Mugler" and "alien chic," which to her was "cool and fantastic."

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She mentioned that her character in the singing competition had many similarities to her "villain" persona in "Selling Sunset." The reality star explained further, "It was one of those things I knew I had to do just to stand out and be remembered. I think there are so many characters that we love who the villains are."

Despite not being a singer or performer, Quinn thought it would be an excellent opportunity to try something new. She stated, "I just think it's so fun. It's something that got me out of my comfort zone."

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