Sunset’s sale Christine Quinn has no regrets about leaving the Oppenheim Band and insists she’s just “happy to be free.”
Following the explosive Season 5 reunion, real estate broker Jason Oppenheim has confirmed that the 33-year-old no longer has “a place” in the business.
The luxury estate agent revealed that she and husband Christian Richard have started their own business together, announcing the news with cryptic comments about being your own boss.
Although the star is no longer with the agency, she recently reassured fans that she will return but will have to be “creative” about her comeback.
Reflecting on her time on the hit reality series, Christine said she and the rest of the cast were “brainwashed robots”.
“I was part of a bigger machine over which I had no control,” she added to The Guardian.
“And I’m so happy to be free.”
The final season ended with the shocking claim that she was trying to bribe a client of Emma Hernan’s not to work with her.
Shortly after, it was revealed that Christine’s biography had been removed from the Oppenheim Band’s official website.
Speaking about her controversial exit from the Oppenheim Band and the allegations made against her by her bandmate, she denied any wrongdoing and admitted she was “shocked” watching.
‘That absolutely did not happen. … I watched the show and was shocked. I was completely shocked,’ she continued to Us Weekly.
Discussing her current position with ex-boss Jason, she added: “He just says, ‘I was going from the information that was given to me. And I said, “Well, I wish you’d called me. I wish you had told me you were doing this, and I would have discussed everything with you and answered all your questions.
Christine unveiled her new venture on Instagram in April, with her announcement landing the day after Selling Sunset season 5 was released.
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Selling Sunset is available to watch on Netflix.
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