News, Politics

Mary Fitzgerald additionally asserts Christine Quinn lied about having COVID

Mary Fitzgerald additionally asserts Christine Quinn lied about having COVID

Mary Fitzgerald additionally asserts Christine Quinn lied about having COVID

Mary Fitzgerald upheld up Chrishell Stause’s case that Christine Quinn lied about having COVID-19 to escape the “Selling Sunset” gathering.

At the point when a TMZ picture taker asked Fitzgerald outside the Oppenheim Group office Wednesday whether she accepted her co-star had really tried positive, she answered,

“No. When it’s all said and done, me actually? No, on the grounds that we as a whole tried on Tuesday and afterward again on Friday.”

Fitzgerald asserted Quinn’s outcomes returned negative the twice, so she ought to have been free for the taping Sunday.

Fitzgerald, 41, proceeded to hypothesize that Quinn, 33, didn’t have any desire to examine all of the dramatization she worked up in Seasons 4 and 5 of the Netflix series.

“Likely on the grounds that she would have rather not confronted all that she’s done,”

Fitzgerald answered when inquired as to why she suspected Quinn might have lied about having a positive test.

“All in all, that would be my conjecture, yet it’s miserable in light of the fact that we as a whole appeared,”

she proceeded.

“We would have rather not needed to conversed with her about her activities, and I’m certain she would have rather not had deals with her activities. In this way, we would have rather not been there discussing it either, however it’s our work. We’re doing it.”

Concerning whether the show can get by without Quinn, whose nonappearance started bits of hearsay she is leaving, Fitzgerald feigned exacerbation and said,

“I figure it will be fine without her.”

Davina Potratz, Romain Bonnet, Emma Hernan, Mary Fitzgerald, Chrisell Stause, Tan France, Chelsea Lazkani, Heather Rae Young, Maya Vander, Brett Oppenheim, Vanessa Villela and Jason Oppenheim at the "Selling Sunset" reunion.
The entire cast attended the reunion in person aside from Quinn and Amanza Smith, the latter of who joined via Zoom.

But Fitzgerald thinks keeping Quinn at the brokerage would be good for ratings, conceding she is not sure that firing her would be the right move.

“Thankfully it’s not my job. I don’t want to have to make that decision,”

she said about giving Quinn the boot.

“I think Christine is great for the show. I just don’t think she’s good for the office. But she’s good for the show, so I’ll let that be Jason [Oppenheim] and Netflix’s decision.”

Fitzgerald also offered up some advice on how Quinn could start to redeem herself.

“Stop the crazy behavior,” she suggested, adding that if Quinn were to apologize over faking COVID, that simply would not “cut it.”

“She needs to stop doing all the messed up things she does, and she needs to apologize first and stop doing it,”

she added.

“And that’s the thing, she apologizes all the time, but she never stops doing it. Actions speak louder than words.”

Christine Quinn and Chelsea Lazkani touring a house on "Selling Sunset."
Quinn (left) has been accused of bribing a client to try and sabotage her co-worker Emma Hernan.

A rep for Quinn told Page Six Tuesday that the

“How to Be a Boss Bitch” author had tested positive for the coronavirus and skipped the reunion taping “out of an abundance of caution for the cast and crew.”

But when asked about why Quinn did not join via Zoom, as cast member Amanza Smith had to do due to her own COVID diagnosis, Quinn’s rep did not get back to us.

Quinn has notably stirred the pot throughout the reality show’s five seasons and likely would have been in the hot seat at the first-ever reunion.

Mary Fitzgerald sitting in the Oppenheim Group office on "Selling Sunset."
Fitzgerald said another apology from Quinn won’t make up for things.

Stause, who has feuded with Quinn since day one of filming, claims Quinn is a bully.

Their co-star Emma Hernan, meanwhile, has alleged that Quinn tried to bribe her longtime client with $5,000 to never work with the vegan empanadas queen again.

When Fitzgerald brought the bribery claims to Jason, the real estate firm’s co-founder, he started to weigh whether Quinn should be fired for her actions in the show’s season finale.

Jason, 45, has stayed mum about his thoughts on Quinn’s COVID claim, telling TMZ,

“It’s not worth my time speculating. I don’t know.”

He added that Quinn not showing up for the taping was a

“production issue” not a “brokerage issue,”

so Netflix can deal with the situation.

Jason also said he understands that Quinn is

“going through some things” and it would be hard for her to show face, but he would “appreciate everybody there.”

Leave a Reply