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Selling Sunset Viewers Aren't Convinced By Christine's 'Bribe' To Client

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Selling Sunset Viewers Aren't Convinced By Christine's 'Bribe' To Client

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Selling Sunset.

Reality TV fans have been busy this week working their way through the new season of Selling Sunset and analysing all the scandals, secrets, and sales that come with it.

There were plenty of storylines for viewers to sink their teeth into this season, but one in particular has got people scratching their heads.

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It all came to a head at the end of the new season, when luxury real estate agent Christine Quinn was accused of bribing a client.

While Christine does typically find herself in the middle of the drama at the Oppenheim Group, there was something about this storyline which viewers found particularly suspicious.

Emma Hernan claimed that one of her clients had been offered £5,000 from Christine to drop Emma and work with her instead.

From what we have seen, Christine has outright denied the allegations - and fans are inclined to side with her, pointing out one key detail in Emma's story that doesn't add up.

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People are convinced one of Christine's storylines was fabricated.(Credit: Netflix)
People are convinced one of Christine's storylines was fabricated.(Credit: Netflix)

Pointing out the problem, one viewer tweeted: "They want me to believe that Christine Quinn who took her infant son on a helicopter ride was only offering a $5000 bribe? The same Christine that wears designer from head to toe? These writers need to try again."

Selling Sunset fans will be well aware that Christine is not one to shy away from spending the big bucks - so why would she try to tempt a client with a mere $5,000?

Other fans pointed out that the clients that come to the Oppenheim Group are in the market for some of the most expensive homes in Los Angeles, and wouldn't likely be tempted by a four-figure bribe.

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One wrote: "This season of #SellingSunset is so fake I can barely watch it. Why would Christine try to bribe a client 5K to not work with a realtor? It makes no sense .. these are clients buying multi-million dollar homes."

Christine has denied the bribe allegations. (Credit: Netflix)
Christine has denied the bribe allegations. (Credit: Netflix)

A second tweeted: "So let me get this straight. Christine goes to a client someone that can afford million dollar real estate and offer them a 5K bribe you #SellingSunset #sellingsunsets5 writers are dumb as hell".

And a third pointed out: "I know christine didn’t bribe anyone to not work with Emma cos she would’ve offered way more than $5K #SellingSunset."

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(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)

Christine appears to have commented on the storyline too, taking to Twitter before the new season launched on Netflix.

Possibly referring to the $5,000 bribe, she tweeted: "30 minutes till the launch of #SellingSunset. Enjoy the new season and all of its 5,000 fake storylines!"

(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)
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We'd better find out more about this in the reunion!

Tyla has contacted a representative of Netflix about the claims.

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

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, Selling Sunset, TV And Film

Ali Condon
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