Chrishell Stause accuses Selling Sunset of creating a fake storyline
Chrishell Stause isn’t happy with her producers. The Dancing With the Stars alum opened up about the production team on her Netflix reality show Selling Sunset, which is currently filming its sixth season.
According to Us WeeklyIn a now-expired Instagram Story shared in March 2023, Stause, 41, wrote: “The way reality TV producers manipulate things to create a narrative. It sucks not being able to be proud of what you work on.”
Stause added a snake and trash can emoji and tagged the production company Done and Done Productions. In a second post, she tagged three “Selling Sunset” producers as she threatened to “collect receipts” if they were needed. The luxury broker then warned Done and Done to “discard this fake narrative because we don’t forget we have voices too.”
“Viewers do NOT want manufactured drama,” she added.
Chrishell Stause said the cast will need “therapy” after filming Season 6
It is unclear to which “false narrative” Stause is referring. The aftermath of her breakup with her boss, Jason Oppenheim, could be an upcoming storyline. But most of Stause’s drama on Selling Sunset happened with her co-star Christine Quinn, and at one point she had to call in the production.
In a 2021 interview with vulture, Stause accused Quinn of planting a fake story about her divorce from actor Justin Hartley right after her mother, Ranae Stause, died. “She tried to spread a false story when I was getting divorced and I had to get confirmation from both sides that it wasn’t true and then threatened legal action,” Stause said of Quinn at the time. “They had to pull it off, but trying to even get that out at a time when everyone was wondering what happened and I lost my mother — for me, that’s so below the belt.”
But in August 2022, Quinn announced she was leaving the show after five seasons. TMZ reports. That means Stause’s drama in Season 6 takes place with one of her other co-stars.
In an interview in March 2023 with entertainment tonight, Stause said that filming for Season 6 is “in the can” and that the show will be back on Netflix soon. “We all need therapy,” she added of the upcoming season.
In addition to Stause, the new season will also star Mary Fitzgerald, Heather El Moussa, Davina Potratz, Amanza Smith, Emma Hernan, and Jason and Brett Oppenheim. Newcomers Bre Tiesi and Nicole Young will also be there. according to Us Weekly.
Chrishell Stause has admitted she sometimes gets annoyed with herself on Selling Sunset
Stause previously agreed with critics who are upset about her personality on the Netflix reality show, which she has starred in since 2019.
“Honestly, the same” she tweeted in January 2022. She added that her experience as an actress — she appeared on several soap operas, including “All My Children” and “The Young & the Restless” — before she got her real estate license and started a new career as a real estate agent was also to blame how she performs on reality TV.
“I think years of auditioning makes a weird part of my brain click when I’m talking to the camera to be ‘ON,'” the Selling Sunset star admitted. “I’m working on it. … Until we get canceled, I’ll get it.
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