Christine Quinn claims Adam DiVello, creator of Semi Sunset ‘told her to kill herself’

Christine Quinn dropped the bomb on the Call Her Daddy podcast on Spotify with Alex Cooper as she also revealed she was paid the most in the movie Selling Sunset

Christine Quinn confirms sale of Sunset again despite leaving Oppenheim Group
Christine Quinn confirms sale of Sunset again despite leaving Oppenheim Group

Christine Quinn of Selling Sunset made some explosive claims in a podcast on Spotify after she claimed creator Adam DiVello told her to kill herself.

The real estate agent, originally from Texas, started her own business after the fifth series of the Netflix show.

However, after appearing on Alex Cooper’s Call Her Daddy Podcast on Spotify to promote her new book, the 33-year-old claimed damned that the creator berated her and told her “fall down the stairs and commit suicide”.

Speaking of the show, she said it “depends on who produces the show” and that “we have to look back at what Adam DiVello has done as a whole, as a human being, as human beings themselves. his.”

In the explosive interview, she said, “There were many lawsuits against him, many complaints and it was sick. He actually told me to fall down the stairs and kill myself at one point.”







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She replied: “It was not the first complaint I filed against him. There is another that alleges that he, to this day, cannot really step foot on the road with any any woman in the office for misconduct.

“I mean it was absolutely terrifying when he yelled at me. It was horrifying.

“I did an interview, I said no this is what really happened, but he was threatening me, yelling at me, there were other people around, there were witnesses to this. He basically scolded me for being too honest. I said this was my real life and this didn’t happen.”

However, DiVello has not responded to any of the allegations and the Mirror has reached out to him for comment.







Mary Fitzgerald, Chelsea Lazkani, Christine Quinn in season 5 of Semi Sunset.
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The Semi-Twilight star also went on to claim that she made the most money on the show, as she joked, “I’m going to get sued after this.”

“There are three different grades, I get paid the most,” she said.

She added it’s about “recognizing your worth.”

When asked about how the show worked, the reality TV star said before filming, the girls were separated and someone “staged scenes that provoked our emotions”, like “It’s male-dominated” in the manufacturing sector, she added.







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Christine Quinn previously confirmed that she will be returning for the sixth season of Semi-Twilight even though she has left the Oppenheim Group.

Talking to US WeeklyThe reality TV star said “I love the show” as she was working on promoting her new book.

Speaking to Alex Cooper on the latest Call Her Daddy podcast, she said after the Sunset Sale came out, she received a “flood of hate” but added “at the end of the day it was a gig.”

During the show’s most recent season, viewers saw Jason, 45, start questioning Christine after it was alleged that she offered $5,000 to an Emma Hernan client in exchange for stopping working with her. native of Boston.

But she previously said there was no bitterness between her and Jason Oppenheim and that she and her former boss were “in a really good place.”

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