Christine Quinn denounces the “false” stories of Selling Sunset

Selling the promises of Sunset season 5: “New loves. Old enemies. A new face. With the luxury market on fire, competition is boiling at the brokerage. Who will shine – and who will stumble?”

Who will stumble, indeed? Probably everyone in these heels. Set in the world of LA’s high-end housing market, the reality show follows the city’s most successful real estate agents who all work under one roof within the Oppenheim Group and this time we follow multiple storylines, including what happens when Chrishell Stause (a real estate agent) starts dating Oppenheim boss Jason Oppenheim. (Now sadly broken up – RIP to this fleeting but very entertaining relationship).

However, one of the show’s stars, Christine Quinn, took to her Twitter to claim the show was “fake” and to be honest, we’re pretty shocked. She said in a Tweet ahead of the season launch, “30 minutes before #SellingSunset launches, enjoy the new season and all of its 5,000 fake stories.”

Fake sorry, what? Don’t tell us this isn’t a completely candid and unlikely situation where the cameras capture the actors behaving completely naturally at work, dressed in completely normal work clothes and living their lives as than normal LA citizens?

It’s unclear exactly what the Netflix star was referring to with her tweet. In a follow-up tweet, she announced her new business website realopen.com: “Why work for someone else when you can be your own CEO? It took over a year of hard work and tenacity to create this patent-pending platform and technology to revolutionize the housing market My Boss B**** manifesto is don’t stop until you’re the boss of your own life. YOU and only you control your script. It was a moonlight, and now it’s a reality. Crypto is the new global financial system. Why ride the wave, when you can help create it.

Selling Sunset Seasons 1-5 are currently streaming on Netflix.

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