Christine Quinn is officially leaving “Selling Sunset” after appearing on five seasons of the hit Netflix reality series, Page Six has confirmed.
Multiple sources confirmed Quinn’s exit to Page Six on Wednesday, with one telling us the real estate agent, 33, is ready to move to bigger and better things, like walking “the catwalks in NY, Milan and Paris.”
“Christine knew this day would come. She’s proud of the work she put in to make ’Selling Sunset’ a success, but she could see herself phasing out of the cast even before she began filming Seasons 4 and 5,” a separate source tells us.
The source adds, “Her goals are far bigger than playing a villain on an ensemble reality series. She can’t wait to start the next chapter of her career and show the world who she truly is.”
According to our sources, Quinn’s decision to part ways with Netflix was mutual after she claimed the show’s producer made threatening comments towards her.
“After Christine made her feelings known about Adam DiVello, she came to a mutual decision with Netflix and the show’s production companies that it made sense to exit before Season 6,” one source says.
The reality star didn’t shy away from talking about DiVello on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast back in May. The mother of one claimed to host Alexandra Cooper that the producer told her to “kill” herself after getting into an argument.
“We have to look at what Adam DiVello has done as a whole, as a human being, as the person that he is,” Quinn said, allegeding that he “actually told me to go fall down the stairs and kill myself at one point.”
Quinn claimed his threats came after she accused producers of using “editing magic” to create false narratives that ultimately made her the villain.
Before the drama with DiVello unfolded, the reality star said she planned on returning to the series even though she “terminated her contract” with the Oppenheim Group.
However, viewers were skeptical about Quinn’s return after she missed the Season 5 reunion of “Selling Sunset,” after allegedly testing positive for COVID-19.
Quinn has since started her real estate company, RealOpen, with her husband, Christian Richard.
Reps for “Selling Sunset” didn’t get back to us.