“Selling Sunset” show creator Adam Divello certainly won’t be winning “best boss” anytime soon.
Christine Quinn revealed in an interview with the “Call Her Daddy” podcast that she’s filed several complaints against Divello for his on-set treatment of the cast. She also claimed that she was fired by Divellow for being too honest about the show. Yikes, talk about a disgruntled employee.
One of the show's production coordinators took to Reddit to answer fan questions and air out their grievances about the "Selling Sunset" cast members. The proverbial beans were definitely spilled!
According to the anonymous production coordinator; Christine "never works," her husband Christian is "awful," Davina is the "most annoying," and Mary is the "most serious worker." Unsurprisingly, the Reddit account has since been deleted!
It's no surprise that Christine and Christian's wedding was lavish. Wedding planner Lisa Lafferty revealed that they even had a LIMITLESS BUDGET. It certainly showed! Everything from the live swans to the enchanted forests and custom avant-garde black wedding dress was dripping in extravagance.
Unfortunately for Christine, it was Chrishell and her recent (at the time) divorce drama that pulled focus from the wedding on the show. In an interview with "People," she revealed that "I was a little disappointed. It just didn't really showcase the way that it was."
Amanza's "Amazing" Love Life
Amanza Smith, one of the newer Oppenheim agents, has had quite the tumultuous love life. Most notably, she was married to Ralph Brown, a former NFL player. Unfortunately, it wasn't meant to be and Amanza filed for divorce after 8 years together. Brown and Smith had two children together who Amanza eventually won full custody over.
Amanza then went on to cozy up with actor Taye Diggs. After 5 years the two called it quits. Since then, Amanza has been romantically linked to Zac Efron and a new mystery NFL player. Fingers crossed that Amaza finds true love soon!
The Oppenheim Group is packed to the brim with agents, many of whom have chosen NOT to be featured on the show.
Understandably, balancing a real estate career with the demands of being a reality show star isn't for everyone. The cast has strict instructions to not interact with the "off-screen" agents when the cameras are rolling.