After Selling Sunset’s Emma HernanThis is what it is said to be Christine QuinnShe tried to convince one of her clients to switch brokers with their coworker Mary Fitzgeraldhas provided feedback on the potential ramifications.
“If Emma had had the listing agreement signed already, which she was getting ready to, [Christine’s actions] would be illegal,” the South Dakota native, 41, told E! News Friday, April 29. “So [Christine]She would lose her licence and all her assets. But the listing agreement for this particular property wasn’t signed just yet, luckily. Otherwise, she would have legal issues.”
The 30-year-old native of Massachusetts claimed that season 5 of Netflix’s reality TV series, which aired earlier this month on Netflix, was the best. How to Be a Boss B*tch Author offered to bribe one her real estate clients. Christine was accused of offering $5,000 to one of Emma’s clients in exchange for no longer working with the Boston native. (Emma and Christine previously butted heads over the allegations that Christine’s ex Peter Cornell left her for Emma, which the Emma Leigh & Co founder has denied.)
Emma told her bosses Jason Oppenheim and Mary — who was promoted to vice president of the Oppenheim Group brokerage in season 5 — they tried to get to the bottom of the claims on camera. However, the native Texas resident refused to answer their phones or show up at the office.
“There’s absolutely no truth to this. I don’t know why Emma is once again trying to make me look bad and stir the pot and make up lies about me,” Christine — who welcomed son Christian with husband Christian Richard in May 2021 — said during one of the new episodes.
Upon Selling Sunset’s season 1 debut in 2019, Christine and Mary were close friends, however, their bond has since deteriorated amid the drama.
“I think viewers will get some clarity on why we’re all kind of at the place that we’re at lately, like, with [Christine],” Mary previously told Us In February of the most recent season.
While neither Emma nor Christine have further addressed the alleged bribery incident, the Ball State University grad opened up about the brokerage’s business practices.
“We pride ourselves on our integrity,” Mary told E! Friday. “And the way we treat clients and the way we treat each other, and we can’t have this at our brokerage. It’s not OK.”
RealOpen founder, a source says, has since left the company. Us it was her decision.
Season 5 Selling Sunset You can stream the reunion on Netflix now. The reunion drops on Friday May 6.