Selling Sunset: Christine Quinn Accuses Cast Members Of 'Laughing' About Her Postpartum Mental Health Struggles
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Selling Sunsets superstar Christine Quinn has officially taken to Twitter after that season four finale spat.
Tears, tantrums and talk were at the centre of the last episode, with Heather finally going off on the estate agent for 'her lies'. The cast were seriously divided, making for an all-round uncomfortable watch.
Christine didn't have a lot to say when confronted by the girls, but she later spilled the beans on social media after receiving a flock of support from fans.
Arriving "fashionably late" to Jason's lavish-looking party, the rest of Selling Sunset's "dysfunctional family" looked less-than-pleased to see her. The greeting was awkward, with Heather stating that "all of us girls wanted to [...] just clear the air with everything".
Christine didn't seem too keen on talking shop at the party, repeatedly telling the others "I'm so good".
Heather herself then stormed off, exclaiming "I'm not taking this sh*t" and refusing to talk to her privately.
Chrishell, Emma and the rest of the O group were left fuming by the encounter, claiming that Christine "seemed so not genuine" and "you can't make her do something she's not going to do".
Later, after insisting she wanted to talk to the girls individually, Christine was met with the entire group. Holding back tears, she told them "my baby's, like, at home sick right now and I'm here for this. Like, why? You guys are monsters".
Fellow estate agent Mary then confessed to Christine that she "[doesn't] understand the Jekyll and Hyde" element to her personality.
After the revelations, Christine revealed her true feelings on social media.
"It's easy for people to bully in numbers, yet no one tried to talk to me one on one. Then Mary and Chrishell find it amusing to laugh about my postpartum and mental health struggles".
The accusations prompted shocked fans of the show to flood the star with support. "You're literally so strong!" one person said. "And you know I love you so much!"
"I can't believe what you're telling me," a second person added. "They seemed to be very good people".
"Stay in your own lane, continue to be the best in your job and look after that family of yours! Hope baby Christian is okay!" said a third.
Netflix declined to comment on the accusations.
Tyla has reached out to Christine, Chrishell and Mary for comment.