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Christine Quinn was targeted this week by anti-fur protestors at two of her book signings on the east coast.

The 33-year-old Selling Sunset star was seen in a video ducking for cover beneath a desk when protesters invaded a signing at Bookends Bookstore in Ridgewood, NJ on Sunday.

Quinn, who just released her book How To Be a Boss B***h, is frequently seen out and about rocking fur in all shapes, colors and forms. 

Duck and cover: Christine Quinn was seen cowering beneath a desk during a book signing when anti-fur protesters invaded the Bookends Bookstore in Ridgewood, NJ on Sunday

Duck and cover: Christine Quinn was seen cowering beneath a desk during a book signing when anti-fur protesters invaded the Bookends Bookstore in Ridgewood, NJ on Sunday

Fur fiend: Christine Quinn was seen cowering beneath a desk during a book signing when anti-fur protesters invaded the Bookends Bookstore in Ridgewood, NJ on Sunday (seen in 2019)

Fur fiend: Christine Quinn was seen cowering beneath a desk during a book signing when anti-fur protesters invaded the Bookends Bookstore in Ridgewood, NJ on Sunday (seen in 2019)

Furious protesters armed with gruesome signs descended on not one but two of Quinn’s book events over the weekend.

On Saturday a group of mostly women demonstrated outside of The Strand in NYC where Christine was doing a meet and greet for her new book.

The following day, what appeared to be the same group, showed up again at a similar event in neighboring New Jersey. 

This time, however, the blonde real estate agent was fearful for her life and was spotted ducking under a wooden desk amid the hoopla.

Demonstration: Furious protesters armed with gruesome signs descended on not one but two of Quinn's book events over the weekend

Demonstration: Furious protesters armed with gruesome signs descended on not one but two of Quinn’s book events over the weekend

Scary: Her team told TMZ that the reality star sought safety because she believed one of the animals rights activists had a weapon because she saw someone reach for something in their pocket

Scary: Her team told TMZ that the reality star sought safety because she believed one of the animals rights activists had a weapon because she saw someone reach for something in their pocket

Her team told TMZ that the reality star sought safety because she believed one of the animals rights activists had a weapon because she saw someone reach for something in their pocket.

It should come as no surprise to the newly minted author that she was targeted by the groups as she is frequently spotted donning various fur ensembles.

The realtor’s book is set to be released on Tuesday, May 17th, and is about showing ‘women how to unapologetically own their power in business and relationships to live the life they want.’

She recently discussed the book with USA Today, saying that she came from humble beginning and hopes to inspire other women through her story.

Being heard: On Saturday a group of mostly women demonstrated outside of The Strand in NYC where Christine was doing a meet and greet for her new book

Being heard: On Saturday a group of mostly women demonstrated outside of The Strand in NYC where Christine was doing a meet and greet for her new book

Fury: Armed with gruesome signs of animal carcasses and covers of her new book, the protestors screamed at Quinn while she was doing a fan meet and greet

Fury: Armed with gruesome signs of animal carcasses and covers of her new book, the protestors screamed at Quinn while she was doing a fan meet and greet

Read all about it: The realtor's book is set to be released on Tuesday, May 17th, and is about showing 'women how to unapologetically own their power in business and relationships to live the life they want.'

Read all about it: The realtor’s book is set to be released on Tuesday, May 17th, and is about showing ‘women how to unapologetically own their power in business and relationships to live the life they want.’

‘The secret to confidence is just being so secure with yourself that it doesn’t matter what anyone says about you,’ she said. ‘Nothing fazes me because I feel so strong with the person inside. It’s all about loving yourself first.’

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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.  

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.’ 

All about it: It should come as no surprise to the newly minted author that she was targeted by the groups as she is frequently spotted donning various fur ensembles (seen in 2021)

All about it: It should come as no surprise to the newly minted author that she was targeted by the groups as she is frequently spotted donning various fur ensembles (seen in 2021)

Her go to: It is unclear if Quinn opts for real or faux fur but it is clear she is a fan of the material based on how frequently she wears it

Her go to: It is unclear if Quinn opts for real or faux fur but it is clear she is a fan of the material based on how frequently she wears it

Her go to: It is unclear if Quinn opts for real or faux fur but it is clear she is a fan of the material based on how frequently she wears it (seen in 2019, 2022)

‘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.’

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. 

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‘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.’

For her part, the tempestuous realtor has claimed she quit the company before the reunion.

‘Of course there’s no place for me, the mother of one said during a TikTok video. ‘I terminated my contract weeks ago prior to filming. I have my own company now lol.’

That company is reported to be RealOpen, which Christine founded with her husband, Christian Dumontet, 42. RealOpen allows clients to buy and sell homes using cryptocurrency – the value of which is currently tanking.

She's back: 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

She’s back: 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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