Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause reacts to Christine Quinn calling her out on social media

Tasha Hegarty
·2-min read
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Photo credit: Netflix

From Digital Spy

Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause has responded to Christine Quinn after she called her and her castmates out on social media.

Christine recently accused Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young and Chrishell of not sending congratulations messages following her baby news and made a TikTok showing that they didn't like her Instagram post announcing the news.

However, Chrishell has fired back and said that she wouldn't have been able to like her pregnancy announcement as she's blocked her on Instagram – but she still wished her well.

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Photo credit: Netflix

"Listen, I wish her well. It came up on my feed [on a news outlet's account], I liked it. I'm happy for her. I truly want the best for her, but I'm not going to do this performative act to unblock someone and then like a post," Stause told People.

"We had things that happened behind the scenes that were worse than what happened on camera, so it's just better for everybody. Let's keep it professional," she added, explaining that she wasn't going to go out of her way to give off the appearance of a friendship that isn't there.

"It is what it is; I'm not going to do a fake performative thing and make a show of something. But like I said, no ill will — I truly am happy for her, and I wish her nothing but the best."

Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

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Co-star Mary Fitzgerald has also responded to the accusations, revealing that she left her a voice message congratulating her and that the pair are "OK".

Selling Sunset is due to return for fourth and fifth seasons on Netflix so there will no doubt be plenty more drama to come.

Selling Sunset seasons one, two and three are available to stream on Netflix now.

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