Former ‘Selling Sunset’ Star Christine Quinn Denies Claims She Falsified A Positive Covid Test To Miss The Reunion-‘I Terminated My Contract Weeks Ago’
Christine, for her part, did not attend the reunion which led to Mary Fitzgerald questioning her absence. The latter had claimed that prior to the reunion, Christine had tested negative on two occasions.
Therefore, her absence was due to the fact that she wanted to avoid discussing the controversy that she was involved in. After all, Christine was alleged to have bribed Emma Hernan’s client with $5,000 so that she would not work with her again.
So when Christine’s departure from the show was announced soon after, it was understandable that people had a lot of unanswered questions. But for Christine, it was much simpler than that. And she set the record straight by informing her fans that the decision to leave was already in the pipeline.
In a post to her fans on TikTok, she said: “Of course there’s no place for me. I terminated my contract weeks ago prior to filming. I have my own company now lol.”
This comment arrived on the back end of Jason Oppenheim suggesting that Christine was no longer fit for the job. Although Jason did not expand onthe reasoning for that, he did have a lot of reservations.
But that is not to say that Christine could not make a return, but for now, this does not look very likely. In his comments, Jason remarked: “Right now, there’s not a place for her at the Oppenheim Group.
“Now, in the future, if she takes real estate seriously, if I can get an understanding of her perspective on things … there’s a lot of reasons where I would consider her.”
The only way for Christine to silence the critics is to move forward and gain some success on her own. 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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