Selling Sunset: What did Christine say about Chrishell? 'Legal action' threatened

Selling Sunset returned last month for its fourth outing and it did not disappoint. There appeared to be more rows than ever before with self-proclaimed diva Christine Quinn and former actress Chrishell Stause at loggerheads. But what kick-started their most recent feud in the Netflix reality series?

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Selling Sunset.

What did Christine say about Chrishell?

In the grand finale of Selling Sunset season four, there was an explosive argument between the stars Christine and Chrishell.

It had been brewing throughout the latest series so it didn’t come as too much of a surprise when the outburst finally took place.

Chrishell hasn’t had the best few years as her dad died of lung cancer in 2019 and her mum died from the same disease last year.

Then there was her very public divorce from This is Us actor Justin Hartley.

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Chrishell continued to explain that she had to spend thousands of pounds on legal fees to put a stop to any rumours.

This wasn’t the last time Christine had said something about Chrishell’s love life either, making a comment on her new relationship with boss Jason Oppenheim.

They went public with their romance back in July 2021 and had been seeing each other for a couple of months prior.

However, Christine has said that they were in a relationship long before this.

Chrishell added: “You can understand how that really could take someone down and ruin them when everyone on the internet is trying to figure out what happened.

“She takes it as an opportunity to fill in some blanks that were blatantly untrue. It was many steps too far for me.” has approached Christine Quinn for comment. 

Netflix has already confirmed there will be another season on the way.

Season five could potentially be out sometime in early 2022.

Selling Sunset seasons 1-4 are available to watch on Netflix. 

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