Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause Reveals Brokerage Has SPLIT Following ‘Cast Drama’

Chrishell explained that if another season of the show goes ahead, there will be a 'lot to pick up on'.

 

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Bad news Selling Sunset fans, it looks like the show, as we know it, isn’t the same anymore *sigh*.

Breaking the sad news, Chrishell Stause has revealed that some of our favourite agents have left the Oppenheim Group following cast drama and tension.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Chrishell revealed that although she’s still part of the high-flying realtor group, some of her cast mates are not, with Brett Oppenheim leading the departures and since then, others have too followed suit.

“Some people have left, the brokerage has split, if the cameras picked up now, there’s a lot to pick up on,” revealed Chrishell.

 

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The show, which just put out its third and most popular season on Netflix, last month, August 8th, is expected to confirm a fourth season in the coming weeks. However, since releasing its third season, many of the brokers have since stepped forward explaining that it’s hard to watch the show when there’s such a focus on the drama and personal lives of the agents.

Agency owner Jason Oppenheim even admitted that he might have thought twice about signing on dotted line if he really knew how the show would pan out, and similarly so, his colleague and close confidant Mary Fitzgerald said the same, especially after her wedding to Romain Bonnet was called a “fake” by fans of the show.

Therefore, it probably shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that members of the cast have decided to opt out, but it’s definitely heartbreaking to think about season 4 without all the familiar faces.

 

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“I have to say, a lot of us get along so well, it’s like a dysfunctional family. There is some splintering happening in the group but that’s real life.

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