Christine Quinn will not return for Selling Sunset Season Six
Sunset’s Christine Quinn is officially leaving the hit Netflix series.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Christine Quinn is leaving Selling Sunset after five seasons
Several insiders close to Christine Quinn have confirmed that she will not be appearing in the upcoming seasons of Selling Sunset.
The show recently began back-to-back production for their upcoming sixth and seventh seasons.
According to sources, Quinn is ready to move on to bigger and better things.
They added: “Christine knew this day would come. She is proud of the work she put into making “Selling Sunset” a success. But she saw him gradually leaving the cast even before she started filming seasons 4 and 5.”
While another source claimed, ‘Her goals are much bigger than playing a villain in a reality series. He can’t wait to start the next chapter of his career and show the world who he really is.”
In addition, Quinn mutually decided to part ways with Netflix.
Meanwhile, Quinn was one of the show’s leading cast members. It revolves around the employees of the real estate firm Oppenheim Group in Los Angeles.
She played a major role in the fifth season of Selling Sunset due to her relationship with Christian Richard and rivalry with Chrishell Stause.
Christine Quinn was threatened on the set of Selling Sunset
According to one source, Christine Quinn’s decision to leave Selling Sunset comes after the show’s producer Adam DiVello threatened her.
An insider claimed: “After Christine made her feelings about Adam DiVello known. She came to a joint decision with Netflix and the show’s production companies that it made sense to end before season 6.’
The 33-year-old reality star publicly criticized DiVello in May while doing the Call Her Daddy podcast.
During the interview, Quinn claimed that DiVello told her to ‘fall down the stairs’ after they got into a heated argument.
The real estate agent mentioned, “We have to look at what Adam DiVello has done as a whole, as a human being, as the person that he is.”
She also claimed that the Selling Sunset creator told her to ‘fall down the stairs and kill herself at one point’.
Selling Sunset is produced by Lionsgate and Done and Done Productions.
DiVello, Jason Oppenheim, Sundee Manusakis, Kristofer Lindquist and Skyler Wakil serve as executive producers.
In addition, a spin-off series titled ‘Selling the OC’ is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on August 24.
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