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Selling Sunset’s Mary Fitzgerald Controversially Claims That Christine Quinn Lied About Testing Positive For Covid To Miss The Reunion Show

Mary Fitzgerald

Mary Fitzgerald has shockingly claimed that Christine Quinn deceived the public by lying about having Covid-19 in order to remove herself from being at the “Selling Sunset” reunion. 

Selling Sunset’s Mary Fitzgerald Controversially Claims That Christine Quinn Lied About Testing Positive For Covid To Miss The Reunion Show

This is clearly a highly controversial statement, given the implications that the pandemic has had across the globe. It is no laughing matter when people have had to abide by restrictions or suffer economic consequences as a result. 

Therefore, by taking it in jest through falsifying Covid tests, this is not going to go down well with the public. And for Mary, this was no exception. The former expanded on how Christine had tested negative on two occasions. Thus, she should have been given the go ahead to appear on the show. 

So when Mary was asked about whether she believed Christine had tested positive, she told TMZ the following: “No. I mean, me personally? No, because we all tested on Tuesday and then again on Friday.”

If these comments are taken to be true, then they are significant for the following reasons. First of all, there is a fear that Christine could end up facing further repercussions over this. So much so that if it is proved that she did falsify her test, then it would be clear grounds for having her removed from the show.

Secondly,  in any event, Mary was of the view that Christine may have done this to avoid talking about the controversy that she had been involved in on the show. After all, the show’s co-star Emma Hernan has claimed that Christine had attempted to bribe a client of hers with $5,000 to not work with her again.

With so much to clearly address, Christine’s absence was highly convenient. Mary added: “Probably [didn’t come] because she didn’t want to face everything she’s done. I mean, that would be my guess, but it’s sad because we all showed up.” 

It is safe to say that Mary is not the most popular member. So there you have it folks. What did you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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