The way forward for Christine Quinn remains to be up within the air — no less than partially. Till not too long ago, her destiny at The Oppenheim Group was a complete thriller, and it was left at a cliffhanger within the season finale. After the episode dropped, viewers had been left speechless, not sure if the Promoting Sundown ‘villain’ would preserve her spot.
“What’s happening is I began my very own brokerage a yr and a half in the past,” stated Christine in an interview with E! Information’ Day by day Pop. “My husband [Christian Richard] and I began RealOpen.com, so it’s a platform to facilitate dwelling gross sales via cryptocurrency, and the vendor will obtain a money transaction, so it’s like a wire.”
Due to the altering circumstances, Christine stated that season six could also be a “battle of the brokerages” — her agency vs. their agency.
Concerning allegations that she faked COVID to dodge the reunion, Christine shared, “I did check constructive [for the coronavirus]… I had a marketing campaign due the subsequent day. Like, I gotta get my bag on the finish of the day. So, I used to be high-quality. I didn’t miss out on something.”
The star stated she doesn’t “have time for apologies… Like, no,” she added. “Every thing that I do is so intentional, and if there’s something to the place I’m like, ‘You realize what? Possibly I did damage somebody’s emotions,’ certain. I’ll apologize if I really imply it, however not too typically.”
Christine proudly refers to herself as a “b***h.”
“I feel it’s a really highly effective phrase,” she said. “It’s like, ‘Sure, I’m that b***h. I personal that energy.’ I like it. When individuals name me a b***h, I’m like, ‘I’m doing one thing proper. You’re being remembered.’ And I like that.”
Now that the reunion has concluded, Christine is revealing increasingly more. Within the feedback part of a current TikTok video, the star stated she “terminated [her] contract weeks in the past previous to filming [the reunion].”
The video was a reunion clip the place Jason Oppenheim shared there wasn’t “a spot for her” at his agency. “Sooner or later,” he stated, “if she takes actual property severely, if I can get an understanding of her perspective on issues… there’s quite a lot of causes the place I’d think about her having a spot on the Oppenheim Group.”
He continued, “However I’ve to say that proper now, there is no such thing as a place.”
The precise nature of how Christine left the brokerage remains to be a puzzle to be solved. Maybe season six will present the lacking items — whereas making ready viewers for the “battle” to come back.