Davina Potratz Calls Up ‘Selling Sunset’ Producers Over Lack of Airtime

Davina Potratz has the last word.

The “Selling Sunset” star called the reality show’s producers on Thursday after a fan posted sultry photos of Potratz at the Burning Man Festival on Twitter.

After one fan said she was “measured” by the edgy snaps, another user asked, “where is this energy when she was on the show?”

The 44-year-old was quick to joke back, insinuating that the producers didn’t give her a chance to show off her personality on the hit show.

“Ask the producers!” the real-estate agent tweeted.

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Potratz has been dealing with online trolls since he starred on the show.
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In 2020, the reality star expressed her wish for audiences to see her softer side, but feared it wasn’t “dramatic enough” for the show.

“I’m basically the prankster with my friends and I like to be really funny and playful and I don’t think that’s really shown on the show,” the broker told Vidak For Congress.

“I have very close, good friends and I am the most loyal, dear friend. And I think maybe that’s not dramatic enough for the show, so they don’t show much of that.”

After announcing her departure from the show in 2021, Potratz recalled how some “people twist and assume things” after watching reality TV.

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Other reality stars have also come forward about the show’s production team.
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When season 3 of the Netflix series came out, she said she was receiving online messages full of “really, really shady stuff,” but it taught the online trolls how to manage.

However, Potratz isn’t the only reality series star to blame the show’s producers for creating false stories.

Christine Quinn has been very vocal about her negative experience with the show after being called the villain of the hit series.

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Christine Quinn (center) also spoke out against show producers.
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On an episode of the “Call Her Daddy” podcast in May, the 33-year-old claimed that the show’s producer, Adam DiVello, told her to kill herself after allegedly making up a false story about her.

Complaints have been filed against him. Multiple complaints…and it’s been sick,” she claimed to host Alexandra Cooper. “He even told me to fall down the stairs and kill myself at some point.”

Quinn claimed his comments came after she did an interview in which she accused producers of using “editing magic” to create a false story about her.

“He actually berated me for being too honest and I said, ‘This is my real life and this didn’t happen and you know this,’ to which he yelled and yelled at me,” she continued.

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