Christine Quinn dropped some major Selling Sunset bombshells during her appearance on Spotify‘s Call Her Daddy podcast with and Alex Cooper this week.

Quinn, 33, accused Selling Sunset creator Adam DiVello of once telling her to ‘to fall on the stairs and kill myself’ and claims she is paid the most amongst the cast thanks to smart negotiating by her lawyer.

Earlier this week, the blonde real estate agent confirmed that she would be returning for a new season with the Netflix series despite terminating her contract with the Oppenheim Group and going it alone with a new company of her own.

Accusations: Christine Quinn dropped bombshell allegations against the creator of Selling Sunset, Adam DiVello, claiming he ‘berated’ her and told her to ‘kill herself’ during an appearance on the Call Her Daddy podcast

While appearing on the podcast to promote her new book, How To Be a Boss B***h, Quinn claimed that Selling Sunset creator Adam DiVello is the subject of ‘multiple complaints’ on the show. 

She said: ‘He actually told me to go fall on the stairs and kill myself at one point.’

 ‘[I was] being too honest. That wasn’t the first complaint I filed against him. There was another complaint … where he to this day cannot actually step foot on set with any of the women in the office because of misconduct,’ she continued. 

Adding: ‘It was extremely terrifying when, you know, I mean, he’s screaming in my face. It was horrifying.’

'There was another complaint ... where he to this day cannot actually step foot on set with any of the women in the office because of misconduct,' she continued. Adding: 'It was extremely terrifying when, you know, I mean, he's screaming in my face. It was horrifying.'

'There was another complaint ... where he to this day cannot actually step foot on set with any of the women in the office because of misconduct,' she continued. Adding: 'It was extremely terrifying when, you know, I mean, he's screaming in my face. It was horrifying.'

‘There was another complaint … where he to this day cannot actually step foot on set with any of the women in the office because of misconduct,’ she continued. Adding: ‘It was extremely terrifying when, you know, I mean, he’s screaming in my face. It was horrifying.’ (Adam DiVello pictured left in 2011)

She explained the DiVello flew off the handle and ‘basically berated’ her for revealing too much behind the scenes gossip during an interview.   

‘I said, like, ‘No, here’s what really happened’,’ Christine said. To which he was threatening me and yelling at me. And, you know, there was other people around. There were witnesses to this. He basically berated me for being too honest.’

DiVello has not responded to the accusations. 

Not one to hold back, Christine had no issue pulling back the curtain on how manufactured the show is during her interview. 

‘There are six full-time storyboarders. What they do is they write the story lines and depending on how things change in [the] real world in our lives, they can kind of rotate the story lines,’ she said. ‘But we have six full-time storyboarders who create narratives.’

The former Selling Sunset cast member – who dramatically left the show after being accused of bribery – confirmed recently that she would be returning to the series for season 6. 

'I get paid the most,' she dished to Call Her Daddy. 'The majority of the cast is represented by one lawyer,' Quinn continued. 'But obviously, I had to find my own entertainment attorney and do my own thing.'

‘I get paid the most,’ she dished to Call Her Daddy. ‘The majority of the cast is represented by one lawyer,’ Quinn continued. ‘But obviously, I had to find my own entertainment attorney and do my own thing.’

‘I get paid the most,’ she dished to Call Her Daddy.

‘The majority of the cast is represented by one lawyer,’ Quinn continued. ‘But obviously, I had to find my own entertainment attorney and do my own thing.’

She went on to say that she tried to band the whole cast together to ask for the same paycheck for each of then but ‘it didn’t work’ and those who signed quickly were on a lower salary tier.

Christine’s future as a realtor on the Netflix show had been up in the air after season five allegations from Emma Hernan that the blonde tried to bribe a client with $5,000 to never work with Emma again. Christine has denied the allegations.

‘I love the show,’ she told Us Weekly. ‘The show is, like, my No. 1 [and] everyone knows that. But we just have to get creative now because I don’t work for the Oppenheim Group. … Maybe it’s a battle of the brokerages.’

‘I’m not going anywhere,’ she added. ‘Like, I’ll always be on television. I’m not going anywhere. It’s just, like, let’s have fun with this now.’

She went into more detail while speaking with People: ‘I terminated my contract when the brokerage launched. I had to make a business decision that was for me, so I had to terminate the contract so I could move it over to my brokerage.’

On the season five reunion show, Jason Oppenheim of the Oppenheim Group addressed the allegations, indicating there’s ‘no place’ for the Christine in the company right now, but things could change.

Breaking his silence on the claims, Jason admitted that he ‘hasn’t addressed it’ with Christine, despite them having contact since.

‘Now, in the future, if she takes real estate seriously,’ he explained, ‘if I can get an understanding of her perspective on things … there’s a lot of reasons where I would consider her having a place at the Oppenheim Group.’

Big return: The former Selling Sunset cast member - who dramatically left the show after being accused of bribery - confirmed recently that she would be returning to the series for season 6

Big return: The former Selling Sunset cast member – who dramatically left the show after being accused of bribery – confirmed recently that she would be returning to the series for season 6



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