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Selling Sunset's Jason Breaks Silence On Christine's Position At The Oppenheim Group

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Selling Sunset's Jason Breaks Silence On Christine's Position At The Oppenheim Group

Selling Sunset star Jason Oppenheim has confirmed 'there’s not a place for her at The Oppenheim Group' regarding Christine Quinn amid the bribing scandal in season five.

Christine Quinn hinted at her departure from the Oppenheim Group on Instagram last weekend.

Jason made the comments during the show's first ever reunion episode which dropped on Netflix on Friday (6th May) which Christine did not attend.

Christine announced her departure on Instagram. (Credit: @thechristinequinn/Instagram/Netflix)
Christine announced her departure on Instagram. (Credit: @thechristinequinn/Instagram/Netflix)
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The final episode sees Emma allege one of her clients was offered $5,000 (£3,987.25) to stop working with her by Christine.

Fans have since noticed that Christine's profile has been removed from the real estate company's website, with only one group photo of her remaining.

Last month, just over a month after the shocking scenes aired, Us Weekly reported that Christine had officially left the Oppenheim Group.

"It was Christine’s decision to leave the Oppenheim Group,” an anonymous source claimed.

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It is not clear if Christine is leaving Selling Sunset.

Jason gave an update during the reunion episode and claimed he had spoken to the unnamed client to received the bribe.

Christine became friends with new agent Chelsea Lazkani. (Credit: Netflix)
Christine became friends with new agent Chelsea Lazkani. (Credit: Netflix)

"We’ve texted and we haven’t really addressed this situation. She hasn’t reached out to talk about it."

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Jason did not completely rule out Christine rejoining the Oppenheim Group in the future 'if she can take real estate seriously'.

He added: "if I can get her perspective of things, if she changes her behaviour, if she brings in a big listing, there are a lot of reason where I would consider her having a place at the Oppenheim Group but I have to say right now there is no place."

The 33-year-old became known as the "villain" of the series - which began in 2019 - and her sharp quips and comments about her colleagues often caused conflict at the Oppenheim Group.

Christine did not attend the reunion. (Credit: Netflix)
Christine did not attend the reunion. (Credit: Netflix)
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Christine's storyline this season was riddled with controversy and she often butted heads with her colleagues, particularly former BFF Mary Fitzgerald, Emma Hernan, Amanza Smith, Davina Potratz and Chrishell Stause.

In the fifth season, which landed on Netflix in April 2022, tensions between Christine and Chrishell and Emma also reached boiling point, leading to new cast member Chelsea Lazkani attempting to calm the situation down after Christine walked away upset.

Earlier in April, Christine announced she was forming a work partnership with her husband, retired tech entrepreneur Christian Richard to create a cryptocurrency real estate agency, RealOpen.com.

Christine joined the show in season one. (Credit: Netflix)
Christine joined the show in season one. (Credit: Netflix)
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“A lot of brokerages are very wary about accepting crypto because they don’t understand the inner workings of it, so that’s why it’s very difficult for agents to do these transactions,” Christine told Forbes.

“A) the brokers don’t know anything about crypto; B) don’t know how to do it; and C) don’t understand how reliable and how safe it actually is. The process that RealOpen uses is absolutely reliable and fool-proof.”

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV And Film, Selling Sunset, Netflix

Gregory Robinson
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