Christine Quinn, 34, got candid about doing deals on Selling Sunset, speaking out about her five seasons on the Netflix show.
The reality star quipped that the popular programme was “like Big Brother” as “everyone likes banging the boss”.
Speaking on Savannah Chrisley’s Unlocked podcast, Christine blamed not dating Oppenheim Group co-founder Jason Oppenheim for the reason she didn’t succeed on the show.
She quipped: “It’s wild. That’s why I was so s***y at real estate. Because I never f****d the boss.”
When asked if her former co-star Chrishell Stause’ “career drastically” changed when dating Jason, Christine didn’t hold back.
She said: “Absolutely. The difference is that she got preferential treatment when it came to filming the show and having listings on the show, which is more important than real life.”
Chrishell and Jason revealed they were dating in July 2021 while on vacation in Italy with a group of their co-stars.
Their relationship ended in December 2021 following Chrishell’s desire to start a family.
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Jason has spoken out about Christine’s exit in the past, admitting that when she left the show it was given a “breath of fresh air”.
The real estate boss said he felt viewers were “tired” of watching Christine’s drama and confrontation unfold on the series.
He explained: “I think people were tired of watching that dynamic continue season after season.
“[Her exit] provided a breath of fresh air for the office and for the show.”
Since the show launched in 2019, Christine clashed with co-stars Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young and, famously, Emma Hernan.
During season five, Emma, 30, claimed that Christine “bribed a client” with $5,000 to quit working with her, something she strongly denies.
Speaking about the issue at the time, Jason told Page Six: “It’s not the type of drama that I enjoyed being a professional real estate broker.
“I wasn’t happy with the types of issues [about Quinn] being brought to my attention. I think it ran its course.”
Christine left Oppenheim Group and the hit Netflix programme to launch a cryptocurrency real estate business with her husband Christian Dumontet earlier this year.
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