‘Selling Sunset’ Alum Christine Quinn Reveals What’s Not Shown On Camera, Details Being Reality TV ‘Villain’


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Reality TV star Christine Quinn shares what viewers miss when they press play on their screens.

Quin, 33, who remarked to Fox News Digital that she’s fully aware she’s portrayed as the “bad guy” in Netflix’s “Selling Sunset,” shared that fans aren’t aware of what’s going on. takes place “on the editing board”.

“It’s the thing where I’m human, and I’m vulnerable, and I’m three-dimensional, and I’m funny,” explained Quinn, who found herself at odds with many of her former co-stars. .

“Producers need a narrative”

“I have many, many funny elements to me. I have a lot of heartwarming moments. But you know, I understand that when we’re doing the show, the producers need a narrative, and they need to follow that narrative. for a storyline,” she added. “And I completely understand.”

Christine Quinn visits the Empire State Building on May 16, 2022.
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Quinn also pointed out that there was “more dimension” to the women of “Selling Sunset” than viewers can see on television.

“That’s why I like people getting to know me off the show, because the show you see is an edited, sometimes manipulated version of what actually happens in real life,” he said. -she explains. “I think it’s important to get to know the characters outside of the show, whether it’s through my book, whether it’s through social media,” explained Quinn, who is about to to publish his next book, “How to be a B*tch Boss,” detailed .

Netflix's Christine Quinn "sell sunset" stroll through the streets of Paris.

Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” Christine Quinn walks the streets of Paris.
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Reality TV is “an illusion”

“There’s so much more dimension to us as women and all the women on the show. I see it with other characters. It’s not just me. So I encourage everyone to get to know us off the show because reality is really just an illusion,” she shared.

Quinn is no longer part of the “Selling Sunset” tribe after filming the fifth season.

Jason Oppenheim, owner of The Oppenheim Group, claimed at the “Selling Sunset” reunion that Quinn didn’t reach out for allegedly bribing a client to stop working with one of his co-workers.

“At the moment there is no place for her within the Oppenheim Group,” he told meeting host Tan France.

Quinn was accused of paying an Oppenheim Group client $5,000 to stop working with agent Emma Hernan during season five of the reality show. Quinn denied the bribery charge and claimed it was her decision to leave the Oppenheim Group in a comment posted to a TikTok clip from the reunion.

Christine Quinn at her Ciate x Christine Quinn launch party in London.

Christine Quinn at her Ciate x Christine Quinn launch party in London.
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“Of course there is no room for me,” she wrote. “I terminated my contract a few weeks ago before filming. I have my own business now lol.”

A rep for Quinn did not respond to Fox News Digital’s immediate request for comment regarding the alleged bribe.

Christine Quinn is seen arriving at the Pretty Little Things party on March 29, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.

Christine Quinn is seen arriving at the Pretty Little Things party on March 29, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.
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Hernan isn’t the only co-star Quinn doesn’t get along with. His relationship with former roommate Mary Fitzgerald also fell apart.

Fitzgerald’s close relationship with newcomer Chrishell Stause caused tension between her and Quinn – which ultimately led to a falling out.

Friendship breakup

“I was able to assess the situation and realize the people I want in my life, the people I want to surround myself with,” Quinn told Fox News Digital. “So I made a conscious choice to, you know, only ride with people who were [ride] or die. And that’s really what it was about.”

Quinn hopes the two can be friends again someday in the future.

“I wish one day we could be friends,” Quinn said. “I really, really, really do. That’s my hope. That’s my goal. But at the end of the day, I think we as women have to stop apologizing for how we feel. And if it hurts other feelings in the process, let them process it.”

  Christine Quinn attends the 47th Annual People's Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on December 07, 2021 in Santa Monica, California.

Christine Quinn attends the 47th Annual People’s Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on December 07, 2021 in Santa Monica, California.
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“You’re both processing it, but really realizing that your feelings are valid and it’s okay if it hurts people in the process, if that’s really how you feel. And that’s how you become the truest, most authentic and most confident version of yourself.”

Fitzgerald hasn’t spoken too much about the friendship rift in the press, previously telling the Daily Star: “Christine and I are in the wrong place. Things have happened that mean we’re not on good terms. “

Despite the drama in Quinn’s life, she recently became a first-time mother. She welcomed her baby boy, Christian Georges Dumontet, in May 2021 with her husband Christian Richard. Quinn married the software engineer in 2019.

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Christine Quinn wears a pinstripe suit with a Chanel leather glove matching her black Louis Vuitton duffel bag on August 27, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.

Christine Quinn wears a pinstripe suit with a Chanel leather glove matching her black Louis Vuitton duffel bag on August 27, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
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‘Count my blessings each day’

Being a first-time mom isn’t easy, but Quinn is “blessed” to be able to work from home and spend as much time with her baby as possible.

“I get to spend as much time as possible with my baby, which makes him really awesome. And that really inspires me and makes me work harder because I know I’m supporting him,” Quinn told Fox News. Digital.

“I count my blessings every day because I had to… I used to go to the office every day. I’m now in a good position to be able to work from home.”

Quinn intends to expand her family with Richard.

“I love being a mom and everything that comes with it,” she said. “It’s just the most wonderful and joyful thing to watch him grow up and have your ways and, you know, teach this little human anything you want to teach him.”


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