Did Christine Quinn get fired? Here's what's happening with the 'Selling Sunset' realtor

Fan are suspicious about her fate at the Oppenheim Group...and for season 6 of the Netflix reality show

Christine Quinn is seen wearing a pinstripe suit along with a Chanel leather glove to match her black Louis Vuitton duffle bag on August 27, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
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What's going on in the Oppenheim office? Did Christine Quinn get fired? 

Selling Sunset season 5 landed on Netflix in May, much to binge watchers' delight. The first-ever Selling Sunset reunion quickly followed several weeks later. Throughout it all, fans questioned Quinn's fate with the realty company. 

Before the new episodes even dropped, we hear Quinn state in the new season trailer: "I was wondering why I wasn't getting listings, then I'm like 'Oh yeah. It's cause I'm not f****** my boss," she said, alluding to Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim's romance. 

Did we really anticipate smooth sailing here, folks?

Did Christine Quinn get fired?

There are several reasons why fans are majorly suspicious about Quinn's tenure at the Oppenheim Group. 

First thing's first: she confided to season 5 newbie Chelsea Lazkani that she's having trouble adjusting to office life after her maternity leave. It's a valid point, but when you make dinner reservations in the middle of a meeting, you're not doing yourself any favors.

"I'm constantly up against different bulls**t and I feel like I've just gotten to a point where I just don't want to be in the office because it gets to a point where the drama is affecting my business and I don't want that," she told Lazkani. 

Christine Quinn and Chelsea Lazkani on Selling Sunset season 5

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Then we have the fact that Davina Potratz left the Oppenheim Group, something that Quinn admires. 

"I'm not desperate for a job. I'm intelligent, I can start my own brokerage. I can be a broker. I mean if Davina can do it, I can do it," she said during the fifth season. 

Quinn also offered her opinion on the season's "fake storylines," ahead of the season 5 premiere. Co-worker Emma Hernan alleged that Quinn offered her clients $5,000 not to work with her. Quinn wrote on Twitter: "30 minutes till the launch of #SellingSunset enjoy the new season and all of its 5,000 fake storylines!"

Last but not least, Quinn did not take part in the Selling Sunset reunion, so naturally, everyone has Q's. 

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So, this all begs the question: is she still part of the famous West Coast realty company?

No, Quinn is not part of the Oppenheim Group, and her agent bio (opens in new tab) is no longer live on the site at the time of publication. 

Will Christine Quinn be on 'Selling Sunset' season 6?

It appears we're not parting ways with Quinn quite yet, even if she's no longer with the Oppenheim Group. For those who can't resist TV shows about gossip and drama, you can breathe a sigh of relief, as she has every intention of starring in season 6, according to an exclusive with US Weekly (opens in new tab)

"The show is, like, my No. 1 [and] everyone knows that," she revealed to the outlet. "But we just have to get creative now because I don’t work for the Oppenheim Group. Maybe it’s a battle of the brokerages.”

She further revealed that she and Jason are currently on good terms, despite her exit, and that she has every plan to play out her time in the spotlight.

"Like, I’ll always be on television. I’m not going anywhere. It’s just, like, let’s have fun with this now," she added.

Imagine how competitive things will get on the sixth season knowing Quinn is flying solo! We can hardly wait. 

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