Does Christine still work for the Oppenheim group? His “Selling Sunset” run is in jeopardy

After welcoming her son Christian last May, Christine Quinn went on maternity leave from the Oppenheim group. In sell sunset Season 5, she made her triumphant return to the office – much to the chagrin and discomfort of the other women. It didn’t take her long to make waves either: After Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim confirmed their romance at work, Christine made some negative comments to the press, including what she called a ‘joke’ about her not being listed because she wasn’t “f*cking the boss.” After more ups and downs, at the end of the season, Mary Fitzgerald cryptically asked Jason, “Is this, like, the end for Christine?”

Although Chrishell wanted her fired early on, Jason largely let comments about the relationship slide. With Mary taking on a more managerial role this season, however, she sat Christine down for a one-on-one warning that if she wanted to continue working for the Oppenheim Group, she had to “stop disrespecting other agents”. So Christine recruited an ally in new cast member Chelsea Lazkani, but ultimately continued to find herself at the center of the drama.

“I kind of feel like it’s really hard for me to do my job because I’m constantly dealing with different bullshit,” she explained to Chelsea in the Season 5 finale. “And I feel like I’ve gotten to a point where I don’t want to be in the office because, you know, it’s getting to a point where the drama is affecting my business. And I don’t want that.

Insinuating that she was considering leaving the Oppenheim Group, Christine was convinced that she could even open her own successful brokerage: “I want to work for myself, be my own independent boss. … I’m not supposed to be one of the 92 people in the office. It’s just not for me. I am one of the few. But soon after, when nemesis Emma Hernan revealed to Jason and Mary that Christine allegedly offered her client $5,000 to stop working with her, it didn’t look like she would have the option of leaving the company. of his own free will.

In a confessional, the How to be a B*tch Boss The author claimed there was “absolutely no truth” to Emma’s accusations. When given the opportunity to explain herself to Jason and Mary, however, Christine failed to show up for their meeting, leaving her job in greater jeopardy than ever. “She clearly has a vengeful spirit which is seriously concerning,” Jason said, while Mary added that she never saw Christine coming back from the “self-destructive path” she was on.

Either way, Jason said he still cared about Christine, though that might not be enough to save her this time. “I can care about someone and hope for the best for them, but not sitting in my office,” he added. But then Mary – who said she “has to quit or she’s going to be fired” – asked: “What are you going to do? Is this, like, the end for Christine? Jason didn’t seem to have an answer.

Although you probably need to log in to sell sunset meeting to know definitively if Christine still works for the Oppenheim group, she is always listed as an agent on his website, for what it’s worth. Meanwhile, Christine has yet to announce the launch of her own brokerage, while guaranteeing that she hasn’t started one – yet, anyway. Despite Christine denies rumors that she is leaving the show in the past, the jury is out for future seasons already greenlit.

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