‘Selling Sunset’ star Christine Quinn calls out show’s ‘fake storylines’

‘Selling Sunset’ star Christine Quinn calls out show’s ‘fake storylines’

April 22, 2022

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Selling dreams.

“Selling Sunset” star Christine Quinn called out her hit Netflix series Friday for its allegedly “fake storylines.”

“30 minutes till the launch of #SellingSunset 🥰🥰enjoy the new season and all of its 5,000 fake storylines! 💰 💅,” she tweeted ahead of the show’s Season 5 premiere.

Quinn, 33, did not go into detail about which storylines she thought were fabricated.

However, the reality star previously told Page Six that one feud in particular — with co-star Emma Hernan during Season 4 — was not something she would “actually care about” in real life.

During that season, the women argued over whether a mutual ex had cheated on Quinn with Hernan years before “Selling Sunset” was on the air.

“I was annoyed every single day doing it because it’s not something that I would actually talk about,” Quinn said in November 2021.

“Part of being on a reality show is you have to talk about things that you wouldn’t necessarily even give a s–t about in real life, but that’s just the way that it is,” the “How to Be a Boss Bitch” author explained at the time.

“So, we all did our best to try to make a good season out of it.”

However, Heather Rae Young, another cast member who has been on the show since Season 1, disputed Quinn’s arguments that production forces certain narratives.

“They don’t push us to be anything. We are who we are, and it comes across on camera,” Young exclusively told us earlier this week.

“I mean, you see who we are. Is she different when the cameras are on? Maybe. Is she fake when they’re off? Maybe … that’s the thing. I don’t know her anymore. I don’t know the truth anymore.

Young, who has known Quinn for nearly a decade and once lived with her, said she misses the “old Christine,” but does not know if she is ever coming back.

Quinn has dismissed her “jokes” on the show, and while Young recognizes her former friend always had a sense of humor, she said the comments were not “mean” before.

“I think [that side] came out more when the camera were around,” the realtor added. “But she’s always been a funny person.”

In Season 5, Quinn gifts Young a life-size floral arrangement for her bridal shower even though she was not invited, which was seen as tacky by some of the cast.

“It’s convenient that she sent them while we were filming,” Young said, adding that she did not receive a text or say anything to Quinn separately off camera.

“It’s hard for me to believe anything that comes out of her mouth anymore.”

Quinn’s rep did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment. Netflix also did not respond to requests for comment on the reality star’s incendiary tweet.

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