Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause Bangs Claims It’s Fake After Backlash

Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause has lashed out at claims that it’s fake after a fan of the Netflix hit labeled her “the biggest bitch on the show.”

The Oppenheim Group real estate agent took to Twitter to say she enjoys clearing up misconceptions about her.

It came after a viewer shared some pretty cutting comments about her on the social media site.

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Chrishell strikes back

Chrishell, who has been on the show since it began in 2019, wasted no time responding to the opinions people are sharing about her online.

She shared a screenshot of two tweets from the same user, who tagged her in one and wrote “I wish you the worst.”

In a second tweet, the same person wrote: “Pretending to be a nice girl but actually she’s the biggest bitch on the show Snake.”

Chrishell wrote in response: “I actually enjoy clearing up this misconception about myself.

“Deciding to play well is more about protecting my own peace. I have a long fuse, but when it burns out, I’ll happily go back to my trailer park roots.”

What everyone else is saying

Chrishell’s tweet sparked a lot of discussion, with some siding with her and others agreeing with the tweets she had shared.

“It’s true, Chris,” one told him.

While another suggested that he was “unpleasant” with co-star Christine Quinn and asked her why.

Sunset Sale | Official Season 5 Trailer



Sunset Sale | Official Season 5 Trailer





Radio host Nicole Alvarez backed up Chrishell by posting: “It’s ridiculous. You laugh? If only they knew you’re even COOLER in real life and this coming from someone who’s known you forever.”

The reality star replied: “Aww I love you and yes you have to laugh. I intervene from time to time, but my level of care peaks at a very low level.

“Netflix doesn’t care if you hate watching, because they’re watching anyway, so even the haters keep me employed.”

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Fans of the show are wondering how the dynamic will change after Christine Quinn steps down.

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But Jason Oppenheim, who runs the agency with his twin brother Brett, has said he’s not worried about the show’s future success.

He also said that “two strong women” are joining the cast.

She told TMZ: “We have such a strong team, we have two really strong new women, [I have] zero worries about seasons six and seven being the best.

“I think [they’ll be the best so far]. I already think they are becoming the best.”

Selling Sunset is available to stream on Netflix


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