Christine Quinn spilled all of the tea about Promoting Sundown on the Name Her Daddy podcast, together with why showrunner Adam DiVello allegedly isn’t allowed to step foot inside the Oppenheim Group when the ladies are filming. Adam, accountable for actuality TV reveals like The Hills, The Metropolis, and now Promoting Sundown, additionally reportedly informed Christine to “throw herself down the stairs and kill herself.” Right here’s what we all know.
Heidi Montag sued Adam DiVello for sexual harassment in 2010
Heidi Montag comes up in Christine’s dialog on the Name Her Daddy podcast. The Hills star sued Adam over allegedly grabbing her butt throughout a photoshoot (through Vulture).
Hills solid member Lo Bosworth defended Adam in a since-deleted tweet, writing: “I’ll repeat it: no one is/has ever been assaulted during filming of our show. hey spiedi, do you know the definition of slander? NOT OKAY.”
Lauren Conrad informed Us Weekly the allegations had been “completely absurd” and “100 percent without merit.” She added: “Adam is a true professional and a wonderful person to work for.” Ultimately, Heidi dropped the lawsuit realizing she “should just move on” (through Perez Hilton).
Christine Quinn had a ‘horrifying’ expertise working with Adam DiVello on ‘Selling Sunset’
Christine sat down with Alexandra Cooper to discuss her new e book, the Actual Open brokerage she began together with her husband, and naturally, Promoting Sundown. Throughout their dialog, Christine recalled a time Adam allegedly informed her to “kill herself.”
“He actually told me to go fall down the stairs and kill myself at one point … in the context of me being too honest,” Christine mentioned. Allegedly this wasn’t the first grievance she filed in opposition to the showrunner.
“He said quote: ‘Go fall down the stairs and kill yourself.’ In addition to that, there was … inappropriate sexual misconduct. Heidi filed a claim as well against him. This stuff does go on. Ever since then he’s never been allowed to step foot with any of the women on set.”
Christine additionally claims after doing an interview detailing what occurs behind the scenes of Promoting Sundown, Adam “threatened her” — an “extremely terrifying” and “horrifying” expertise. “He basically berated me for being too honest,” Christine elaborated. “I said this is my real life and [what Selling Sunset showed] didn’t happen and you know this.”
Showbiz Cheat Sheet reached out to DiVello’s representatives and DiVello for remark. We didn’t hear again by the time of publication.
‘Selling Sunset’ Season 6 will possible characteristic Christine Quinn
Regardless of these allegations, Christine admits she loves the present and being on TV. Whereas Christine doesn’t work for the Oppenheim Group anymore, Christine talked about popping up in new episodes of the Netflix collection in a “battle of the brokerages” scenario.
“I love the show,” she informed Us Weekly. “The show is, like, my No. 1 [and] everyone knows that. But we just have to get creative now because I don’t work for the Oppenheim Group.”
Netflix confirmed two extra seasons of Promoting Sundown, but it surely’s unclear when filming will start. Keep tuned to Showbiz for updates.
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