Chrishell Stause, star of Selling Sunset, has retorted to the allegation that she is not as nice as she comes across on screen. The issue cropped up after her disagreement with Christine Quinn, her co-star.
The real estate professionals have always had a frosty relationship ever since Chrishell Stause joined The Oppenheim Group, the property agency, at the beginning of this series. Even as season 5 of the show launched on Netflix last Friday (22 April), followers have been speaking of the breakdown in the relationship between Chrishell Stause and Quinn.
Stause has spoken up for the first time since the controversy started. She was speaking on her personal camera and revealed that she had just concluded her filming of season 5 and mentioned that she felt like she was hit by a bus.
Chrishell Stause Said That It Is Not Necessary To Always Be Nice In a Toxic Situation
The reality star and actor told her followers on Instagram that she wanted to address some issues. She mentioned that he gets reminded every day that she is not nice, that she is fake and a bully.
She advised all the ‘nice’ girls to be affable themselves. She said that she had been professional in her relationship. She said that though she tries to be nice all the time, she doesn’t believe that it is necessary to always be agreeable.
Chrishell Stause said that there are limits if someone keeps pushing and doesn’t respect their private boundaries, and then it is okay to step up. Stause did not mention Quinn in the message, but they have not got along too well in several seasons of the long-running show.
Stause had earlier talked about facing difficulties in casting. She said that it was hard to be nice when the other person is constantly being toxic.
Chrishell Stause has been in a feud with Christine Quinn right from Season 1 of the hit series being aired on Netflix. In the recent season, Stause advised Quinn’s boss and her then-boyfriend, Jason Oppenheim to fire Quinn for mentioning that Stause was sleeping with the boss.