She is a master of her craft. Christine QuinnIt is often at center of drama Sunsets for Sale — and she thinks that’s because she’s the only person doing her job.
“I feel like I was the only one that understood the assignment,” the Netflix personality, 33, told The New York TimesInterview published Friday, July 15. “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 claimed, however, that Sunsets for Sale is “avidly scripted” despite being categorized as a reality series. “No doubt about that,” she told the outlet.
The real estate agent has previously slammed the Netflix hit for allegedly using “fake story lines” and editing episodes in a misleading way. She claimed that season 5’s bribery plot was entirely faked.
“Bless their hearts for trying [to make it a big deal],” she exclusively told Us WeeklyIn May. “But no, that absolutely did not happen. … I watched the show and I was shocked. I was completely shocked.”
In one episode Emma HernanIt was claimed that the How to Be a Boss B*tchAuthor offered $5,000 to work with one of her clients instead. Christine refuted the accusation in a confessional interview, telling the cameras: “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.”
The reality star and the Emma Leigh & Co. founder, 31, previously clashed in season 4 when Christine claimed that her ex-boyfriend cheated on her with her costar. Emma denied the accusation and claimed that Christine was the one in question. Peter CornellShe had already divorced when she began dating him.
Christine also lambasted her castmates in her book for speculating on whether Christian, now 14 month old, was really her child. The little one is shared by the broker and her husband. Christian Richard.
“I was completely blindsided by all the negativity people threw at me when my baby bump didn’t look the way they thought it should,” she wrote. “The clash of hormones left me with a nasty case of postpartum depression, which was only made worse by pretty much every post on the Daily MailSaying I faked my pregnancy, and hired a surrogate. Talk about twisting the f–king knife.”
Christine has since left Oppenheim Group to start her own firm, RealOpen. She has previously spoken. UseShe plans to continue participating in season 6 Selling SunsetHowever, she told the Times that she now isn’t sure whether she’ll be back. “Hulu, give me a call,” she joked.
Christine was rumored to have been fired after she left the firm. But, she said that she was not fired. Us that wasn’t true. “It was my decision to leave,” she explained in May. “My husband and I had been working on this company for a year and a half.”