Selling Sunset’s Maya Vander Says Co-Star Christine Quinn ‘Throws Them All Under The Bus’
Speaking to the Mail Online, the Israeli reality star reacted to her Oppenheim Group colleague branding her "the gossiper" of the team.
She added that, despite her co-star's claims, she preferred to stay impartial, alleging that it was Christine who liked to throw everyone "under the bus" in order to further her time in the spotlight. Yikes.
"Christine just did an interview which actually caught me by surprise," Maya said. "I heard she said I'm 'the gossiper' or something, but I really don't want to be involved in the drama."
She continued: "Christine obviously gained a lot of interviews and articles because she's got such a no-nonsense attitude and she's clearly not scared to say anything, is she?
"Yeah, she can throw all of us under the bus, but she says things and I think she's very impulsive, and that's fine. She wants to ride the success; she wants to get the great PR and that's fine."
"But, you know, she also makes the show because she's very fun to watch and she's great and entertaining. But if I would want to have more articles and PR, trust me, I could say a lot of things, but I keep it more to life."
Ooooh, the subtle shade here is just so good.
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The comments hint that there might be a slightly frosty atmosphere in the Oppenheim office, especially when season 4 eventually airs.
Filming is currently still yet to start because of the ongoing pandemic, but Christine told Grazia last year that she'd been informed the show would be going ahead in 2021.
All the way back in September, Jason Oppenheim also told the GMB panel: "We can expect we'll be moving forward as soon as possible, but filming is very difficult now here in LA... everything has been delayed."
Selling Sunset first aired back in March 2019, and soon after the world became obsessed with snooping inside the most expensive Hollywood Hills homes, and bingeing all the drama that goes into selling them.
The second season landed over a year later in May 2020, and - riding the wave of its success - the third arrived in August.
Despite the disappointing news that the series is still to be filmed, Brett has previously teased that all our faves - from Chrishell Stause to Heather Rae Young to Mary Fitzgerald - will be back for the next instalment, whenever it may be.
"Everyone is going to be around," he added.
For now, it looks like it's just a waiting game!
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