The drama queen Christine Quinn has officially exited from Netflix’s reality TV show “Selling Sunset.” Following strings of controversy and drama the real estate agent will not be back for season 6 or 7. It’s also reported that filming for both seasons 6 and 7 has already begun.
In the May’s reunion edition of the show, Jason Oppenheim stated, “right now, there’s not a place for [Quinn] at the Oppenheim Group.”
“Now, in the future, if she takes real estate seriously, if I can get an understanding of her perspective on things, if she changes her behavior, if she brings in a big listing, there’s a lot of reasons where I would consider her having a place at the Oppenheim Group,” Oppenheim explained, “but right now, there is no place.” It really looks like there is no place for Christine Quinn on the show.
A different source also disclosed, “Christine knew this day would come. She’s proud of the work she put in to make ’Selling Sunset’ a success, but she could see herself phasing out of the cast even before she began filming Seasons 4 and 5.”
The source sums up, “Her goals are far bigger than playing a villain on an ensemble reality series. She can’t wait to start the next chapter of her career and show the world who she truly is.”
As per sources, Quinn’s judgment to walk out from the streamer was mutual after she accused the show’s producer Adam DiVello of making threatening remarks towards her.
“After Christine made her feelings known about Adam DiVello, she came to a mutual decision with Netflix and the show’s production companies that it made sense to exit before Season 6,” a source reveals.
Quinn didn’t hesitate from spilling the tea about DiVello on her podcast “Call Her Daddy” this May. She went ahead and confessed to host Alexandra Cooper that the producer straight up told her to “kill” herself after being involved in a heated argument.
“We have to look at what Adam DiVello has done as a whole, as a human being, as the person that he is,” Quinn explained, claiming that he “actually told me to go fall down the stairs and kill myself at one point.”
Before the drama between her and DiVello came to light, the reality star said that she intended on coming back to the show even after she “terminated her contract” with the Oppenheim Group.
Nevertheless, fans raised suspicion after Quinn’s absence in season 5 reunion of the show as she claimed to have tested positive for covid-19.
Quinn is now running her real estate business, RealOpen, with her hubby, Christian Richard.