Christine Quinn says she made complaints against Selling Sunset creator 1 month ago

Christine Quinn says she made complaints against Selling Sunset creator

The reality star made the comments on the Call Her Daddy podcast.

Christine Quinn has said that she's made a number of complaints against Adam DiVello, the creator of Selling Sunset.


Quinn, who has been a member of the Netflix show since it premiered in 2019, made the comments while appearing on the Call Her Daddy podcast.

There, she told host Alex Cooper that Mr DiVello allegedly "berated" her.

She said: "We have to look at what Adam DiVello has done as a whole, as a human being, as the person that he is. There's been complaints filed against him. Multiple complaints."

She then added: "He actually told me to go fall down the stairs and kill myself at one point."


Christine alleged that there were "misconduct" complaints made against the creator, and that he "berated" her for being "too honest" about the reality show in interviews.

According to the Daily Mail, Mr DiVello has "not responded to the accusations".

Earlier this week, Christine Quinn, who has left the brokerage featured in the show, the Oppenheim Group, confirmed that she would be returning for the next season.


She has since set up her own real estate business - RealOpen - which she runs with her husband Christian Richard.

In an interview with USA Today, Christine claimed that producers actually knew for a year and a half that she was planning on starting up her own company.

“It wasn’t a convenient storyline that Christine went off and started her own brokerage. That’s not good TV,” she said.

She also claimed that the scene in which she failed to attend a meeting with Mary and Jason to discuss Emma Hernan's claim that Christine bribed one of her clients was staged.


Christine told the publication: "When I heard about it, I was just completely shocked. I understand they have to make creative television, but no. There was no scene where I was supposed to show up at the office, and the clock is spinning and waiting.

"Like, nope. You guys didn’t call me into the office that day. That’s cute, though."