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‘Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn Not Invited to MTV Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted, Source Says

'Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn Not Invited to MTV Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted, Source Says

Christine Quinn will not be present at the MTV Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted in 2022. According to a source, the star of Selling Sunset “isn’t invited” to this year’s ceremony.

According to the source, “Selling Sunset” only received a limited amount of tickets. “She’s taken aback and realizes that by ignoring her, they’re sending a strong message.”

Netflix has been contacted for comment by Dailion.

Quinn is nominated for an award during the presentation, despite not being able to attend. She and Chrishell Stause have been nominated for Best Fight, and the Netflix series has been nominated for Best Docu-Reality Series.

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Stause and Emma Hernan will also present awards at the event, while Heather Rae Young, their Selling Sunset co-star, has confirmed her attendance.

Quinn was left out of the event after causing huge controversy on season 5 of Selling Sunset. Quinn was accused by Hernan of bribing one of her clients $5,000 to stop working with her through an “associate.” Quinn vehemently refuted the accusation.

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Hernan told Dailion, “It’s a hundred percent facts.” “… I’m baffled by the lies and the rest of it. That does not resonate with me. That is not my personality. That is not how I was brought up.”

Quinn’s supervisor, Jason Oppenheim, declared during the Netflix series’ reunion special that “there’s no place for her” in the brokerage firm following her alleged bribery attempt.

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He stated, “Right now, there isn’t a place for her in the Oppenheim Group.” “Now, in the future, if she takes real estate seriously, if I can comprehend her perspective on things, if she improves her behavior, if she brings in a significant listing, there are a lot of reasons why I would consider her having a place at the Oppenheim Group, but there isn’t one right now.”

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