'Selling Sunset': Mary Fitzgerald Accuses Christine Quinn of Not Seeing Co-Stars as 'Humans'

The drama on Selling Sunset mostly comes from the cast not getting along with Christine Quinn. Mary Fitzgerald addresses Christine’s claims about how the show is made and why she thinks the controversial star doesn’t see co-stars as human.

Christine Quinn claimed ‘Selling Sunset’ is fake

Quinn is one of the more outspoken cast members of Selling Sunset, and that didn’t change when season 5 was released. She tweeted on April 22, “30 minutes till the launch of #SellingSunset enjoy the new season and all of its 5,000 fake storylines!”

She later called out specific parts of the season as fake. One of them was when Emma Hernan accused Christine of bribing her client with $5,000 to not work with her.

Fans started tweeting angrily at Christine for this. “A big 5k lie and beyond,” she tweeted in response.

Christine left The Oppenheim Group for her brokerage. Time will tell how it’ll affect Selling Sunset, but her co-stars aren’t happy about her claims the show isn’t authentic. 

Mary Fitzgerald talks about Christine Quinn’s treatment of other ‘Selling Sunset’ stars

Christine has claimed different parts of the show are fake. But Mary denied this in her appearance on the Reality with the King podcast.

“Everybody on the show, the entire storyline, all of them are real,” Mary said. “This one person brings in an aspect which is why we fight so much because she doesn’t see us as humans, as real people in a real brokerage anymore.”

She claimed this causes the drama. “She’ll say things like this, do things like this,” the reality star said. “You are taking away like our validity of everything we’re doing, and she thinks we’re like characters. And so it’s not really fair because we’re humans.”

Christine Quinn claimed ‘Selling Sunset’ has storyboarders

Christine dove into more details about how the show is made. She said on the Call Her Daddy podcast that there are staff members who keep track of storylines.

“I’ve been into the office,” she claimed. “There are six full-time storyboarders. What they do is they write the story lines and depending on how things change in [the] real world in our lives, they can kind of rotate the story lines. But we have six full-time storyboarders who create narratives.”

It sounds like the cast members view the show very differently. No one else has supported Christine’s claims yet.

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