Christine Quinn Exits ‘Selling Sunset’ Ahead of Season 6

Continue on. Christine QuinnOfficially, is leaving Sunsets for SaleAfter five seasons of the reality series, Us WeeklyYou can confirm.

Quinn, 33 years old, hinted at her departure when she left Oppenheim Group to form her own firm, RealOpen. Christian Richard. “Hulu, give me a call,” she joked to The New York TimesIn July, she discussed her plans to move on if Oppenheim Group remains at center of series.

The Netflix personality, Quinn, spoke candidly about her roles on the show over the years. She was often caught in the middle of drama with her costars. “I feel like I was the only one that understood the assignment,” Quinn said during the interview. “I was the only one that said, ‘Hey, this is a show, and I’m going to give the world a show.’”

The Texas native also claimed Sunsets for Sale is “avidly scripted” despite being promoted as a reality series, adding, “No doubt about that.”

Quinn made her debut on Sunsets for SaleWhen the series debuted in 2019, The costars were at first close friends with the real estate agent Mary Fitzgerald, Maya Vander Heather Rae El Moussa (née Young)Before Chrishell Stause‘s arrival at the high-end brokerage in Los Angeles. Quinn struggled to keep close friends with her coworkers after a turbulent first season.

Viewers questioned the businesswoman’s future on the show during season 5 when Emma HernanQuinn was accused of bribing one her clients. The How to Be a Boss B*tchAuthor laughed at the claims via social media.

“30 minutes til the launch of #SellingSunset enjoy the new season and all of its 5,000 fake storylines,” she tweeted in April.

Quinn didn’t attend the season 5 reunion hosted at the same time. Tan France. “Christine tested positive for COVID and out of abundance of caution for the cast and crew, she did not attend the reunion,” a rep for the reality star told Us at the time. “Producers offered her the opportunity to video chat, but she declined because she wasn’t feeling well enough to do it.”

Ahead of her departure, Quinn revealed she wasn’t expecting to be portrayed so negatively on the show. “Bless their hearts for trying [to make the bribery story line a big deal],” she exclusively told UseIn May. “But no, that absolutely did not happen. … I watched the show and I was shocked. I was completely shocked.”

Quinn added that it was her decision to part ways with the Oppenheim Group amid speculation that she was fired, saying, “My husband and I had been working on this company for a year and a half.”

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