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Selling Sunset's Chrishell Responds To Bullying Claims

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Selling Sunset's Chrishell Responds To Bullying Claims

Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause has responded to claims she's a "bully" amid her feud with co-star Christine Quinn.

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The pair have never gotten along and have had several major arguments since the show debuted in 2019.

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Christine had already worked at the Oppenheim Group for five years when Selling Sunset began and after Chrishell joined the realtors in the first season, things were almost immediately frosty, with both women placing blame on the other for their failed friendship.

Their feud came to a head in season five - which dropped on Friday - after Christine quipped she's not "getting listings cause I'm not f***ing my boss," in reference to Chrishell's whirlwind romance with Oppenheim group co-founder Jason Oppenheim.

Christine's joke clearly offended Chrishell, who was filmed telling Mary Fitzgerald: "That is rich coming from her. You know what? I am f***ing the boss".

Chrishell has responded to the bullying accusations. (Credit: Netflix)
Chrishell has responded to the bullying accusations. (Credit: Netflix)
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Now, with even more awkward moments and jabs from both parties, fans on Twitter have suggested that Chrishell is a "villain", "mean girl" and a "bully".

Fans will recall Christine speaking with new girl Chelsea Lazkani about feeling alienated from the other Oppenheim Group realtors amid her feuds with Chrishell, Mary, Emma Hernan and Heather Rae El Moussa.

Chrishell's clapback video comes after the majority of the cast members filmed the show's first ever reunion episode on Sunday.

Christine is at the centre of the drama. (Credit: Netflix)
Christine is at the centre of the drama. (Credit: Netflix)
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It has been reported that both Christine and Amanza Smith had to miss attending the reunion in person after testing positive for covid-19 however Amanza will appear via videolink.

"Christine tested positive for covid on Saturday and out of an abundance of caution, she did not attend the reunion," a rep for Christine confirmed to to TMZ.

Fans will have to wait to see whether Christine and Chrishell will finally squash their beef.

Selling Sunset is available to watch on Netflix now. The reunion airs 6th May.

Featured Image Credit: chrishell.stause/Instagram

Topics: TV And Film, Selling Sunset, Netflix, Celebrity

Gregory Robinson
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