The sale of Sunset’s Kristen Quinn is leaving the Oppenheim group after the highly dramatic fifth season of the Netflix series
Kristen Quinn of Sunset has officially left her brokerage firm, The Oppenheim Group.
A source confirmed her departure from the company to us weeklySaying, “It was Kristen’s decision to leave the Oppenheim group.”
The Netflix star, 33, was hot with the company at the end of the highly dramatic fifth season, which appeared to show Quinn trying to bribe one of her fellow real estate agent clients, Emma Hernan.
Leaving! Kristen Quinn of Sunset, her brokerage, left the Oppenheim Group, with a source confirming that “that was her decision”; Pictured December 2021
Netflix’s “Villain” has since been removed from the real estate company’s website, with only one group photo of her remaining.
The Texas native criticized the show recently allegedly falsifying the storylines, minutes before the final season 5 premiere.
“30 minutes until the launch of the #SunsetSale,” she wrote Thursday evening. “Enjoy the new season and all its 5000 fake stories!”
The alleged fake story appears to be related to the “$5,000 bribe” of fellow sunset realtor Emma, 30, who Kristen claims offered in order to rob one of her clients.
Problem: The 33-year-old star was in a hot spot with the company at the end of Season 5, which appeared to show Quinn trying to bribe one of her fellow real estate agent clients Emma Hernan; From left to right Chelsea Lazcany, Jason Oppenheim, Quinn, Brett Oppenheim
In an interview with H! NewsRealtor and co-star Mary Fitzgerald, 41, discuss the serious charges, advocate The alleged “completely immoral” and possibly “illegal” offer was signed off.
“If Emma had already signed the listing agreement, which she was preparing for, it would be illegal,” Fitzgerald explained.
‘So [Christine] She will lose her license, she will lose everything. But fortunately, the listing agreement for this particular property has not yet been signed. Otherwise, she will have legal problems.
Judd: In an interview with E! News, realtor and co-star Mary Fitzgerald, 41, (left) discuss bribery accusations, calling the alleged show “completely immoral” and potentially “illegal”
Fitzgerald added that this behavior It was not acceptable for brokerage.
We pride ourselves on our integrity and the way we treat clients and the way we treat each other and we can’t get enough of this in our mediation. It’s just – not okay.
Earlier this week, Kristen did not attend the sunset sale citing Covid as a reason for her absence.
Unacceptable: Fitzgerald added that Quinn’s behavior was not something acceptable to the brokerage: “It’s just – not OK”; Pictured 2021
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