Christine Quinn Leaves ‘Selling Sunset’ Ahead of Season 6

Christine Quinn is officially leaving “Selling Sunset” after appearing in five seasons of the hit Netflix reality series, Vidak For Congress has confirmed.

Multiple sources confirmed Quinn’s move to Vidak For Congress on Wednesday, with one telling us the broker, 33, is ready to move on to bigger and better things, like walking “the catwalks in New York, Milan and Paris.”

“Christine knew this day would come. She’s proud of the work she’s done to make ‘Selling Sunset’ a success, but she saw herself disappear from the cast before she started filming seasons 4 and 5,” said a separate source.

The source added: “Her goals are much bigger than playing a villain on a reality show. She can’t wait to start the next chapter of her career and show the world who she really is.”

According to our sources, Quinn’s decision to break up with Netflix was mutual after she claimed the show’s producer made threatening comments against her.

Christine Quinn.
Sources tell Vidak For Congress that the decision was mutual between the star and Netflix.
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“After Christine expressed her feelings about Adam DiVello, she came to a mutual decision with Netflix and the show’s production companies that it made sense to stop before season 6,” said a source.

The reality star didn’t shy away from talking about DiVello on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast in May. The mother of one claimed to host Alexandra Cooper that the producer told her to kill herself after she got into an argument.

“We need to look at what Adam DiVello has done as a whole, as a human being, as the person he is,” Quinn said, claiming that he “basically told me to fall down the stairs and kill myself at some point. ”

Christine Quinn and Christian Richard
Quinn started a new business with her husband, Christian Richard.
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Quinn claimed his threats came after she accused producers of using “editing magic” to create false stories that ultimately made her the villain.

Before the drama with DiVello unfolded, the reality star said she planned to return to the series, even though she had “cancelled her contract” with the Oppenheim Group.

Christine Quinn
A source for the reality star says she will be “walking the catwalks”.

However, viewers were skeptical of Quinn’s return after she missed the “Selling Sunset” season reunion after she reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.

Quinn has since started her real estate company RealOpen with her husband, Christian Richard.

Reps for “Selling Sunset” did not get back to us.

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