SELLING Sunset star Christine Quinn’s status at the Oppenheim Group has been revealed after the Netflix show teased she’s been fired. 

Christine, 31, has been absent from cast photos during filming, as viewers believed she no longer works for the real estate brokerage amid her feud with her co-stars. 

The trailer for the upcoming season of Selling Sunset teased boss Jason Oppenheim fired and replaced her with nemesis Emma Hernan. 

The Sun can exclusively reveal Christine continues to work for The Oppenheim Group today. 

According to her real estate license, The Oppenheim Group is listed as her current brokerage. 

Christine first sparked rumors when cast members Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young, Maya Vander, Davina Potratz, and new stars Emma and Vanessa Villela posed without her in recent months. 

Under one of Chrishell’s cast photos, one follower commented: “Has Christine left the show??”

Another wrote: “Where is Christine?”

A third said: “Why is Christine never in the photos?”

A fourth commented: “Ok so Christine is clearly not a part of this company, show, group, anymore.”

And a fifth said: “Is @thechristinequinn still doing real estate, why isn’t she in any of the group pictures? I have so many questions.”


The trailer for Season Four centered on Christine and Emma’s feud. 

The drama between the realtors started years before Emma joined to cover Christine’s listing during her pregnancy. 

The trailer revealed Emma was engaged to Christine’s ex just two months after their split. 

Emma said in the trailer: “I’m here to work. And hopefully all the high school drama I’ve dealt with for years can stay, like Christine, out of mind.”

Maya said in another part of the trailer: “So Emma is basically taking Christine’s desk?”

Jason then told Christine, “I hope you see it as a professional decision,” before she stormed out in tears.  

The preview also included Christine saying: “I’m not really sure what I’ve done wrong.”

Emma then said: “I’ve gotten to a point where it’s going to be me or her.”


The new season has brought backlash for Chrishell, as she was slammed for discussing ex-husband and This is Us star Justin Hartley two years after their split.

Justin, 44, and Chrishell, 40, tied the knot in 2017, but he filed for divorce in November 2019.

While talking to co-stars Heather and Mary, Chrishell opened up about seeing her ex marry her former friend Sophia Pernas in May 2021 after their divorce was finalized in February 2021.

She said: "I’ve never been in a better place in my career. I really feel empowered of being a different — a better version of myself than I ever have been.

"And I feel like I’ve found my voice. There’s no anger left there because now I’ve realized that’s not something I wanted for myself.

"I mean, if he wants to have 50 wives, go live your best life because I really feel like I am.”

The former Soap Network star added: "Once you know something wasn’t right, whether it was your decision or not, now, you are where you're meant to be."

The real estate agent then said in her confessional: “My ex-husband, Justin, is remarried to someone I know from back in the day pretty well.

"And a lot of things made sense after finding that out. I wish them the best. I just, you know, it actually if anything, it felt good to know that. It felt like a little bit of closure.”

Chrishell again brought up her past love in another episode after sharing that she wants to move to the Valley.

She said: “When I was talking about how amazing the Valley was, I did mean it. That being said, I didn’t want to be bumping into people like my ex, so I came back to my roots, back in the Hills.”

She continued to mention Justin throughout the season. 

One person tweeted: "Why this girl still mentioning her ex-husband #SellingSunset.”

Another viewer agreed writing: "Take a shot every time Chrishell Stause mentions her past and being homeless… don’t you will die #SellingSunset.”

Chrishell eventually found happiness with boss and co-star Jason Oppenheim, 44, after a brief romance with Dancing With the Stars pro Keo Motsepe.

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