Christine Quinn's Role In Season 6 Of Selling Sunset Isn't What You'd Expect

Love her or hate her, Christine Quinn certainly keeps things interesting on "Selling Sunset." Most of the drama on season 5 revolved around the label-loving luxury real estate agent, with the culmination of her downfall being a parting of ways between Quinn and the Oppenheim Group (via Us Weekly).

According to the mom of one, leaving the brokerage was her idea, with Quinn telling People she was planning to go out on her own for a long time before notoriously clashing with every last person at the office (except her protegé Chelsea Lazkani, of course).

In fact, the reality star dispelled any notions of tension between herself and Jason Oppenheim, who was notably dismayed by some of her behavior, like allegedly bribing a client not to work with her rival, Emma Hernan, at the end of season 5. She denies the accusation according to People.

About Quinn's plan to launch her own business, the star told People, "Jason knew. I told him. Him and I had had conversations a year prior." She added that while Oppenheim and her co-stars may have thought she was "bluffing," ultimately, her decision to go out on her own was a "career move."

But don't think that her absence from the Oppenheim Group means we won't be seeing Quinn on season 6 of "Selling Sunset."

Christine Quinn has ideas for how she should be featured on the show

Although Christine Quinn is no longer with the Oppenheim Group — likely much to the delight of her co-stars, like Chrishell Stause and Emma Hernan, who largely bashed her at the season 5 reunion — she is clarifying that there is still a place for her on "Selling Sunset."

"I love the show," Quinn told Us Weekly, adding, "But we just have to get creative now because I don't work for the Oppenheim Group. ... Maybe it's a battle of the brokerages." She added that she is "not going anywhere."

Meanwhile, the star told People her new job sees her launching a business with her husband, Christian. The couple's venture is called RealOpen, and facilitates the purchase of real estate with cryptocurrency. Quinn also told the outlet that her storyline on season 5 of "Selling Sunset" was supposed to be about this new business and alleged the producers instead took creative liberties with making her appear shady in an effort to keep things interesting.

Christine Quinn's story seems to always be changing

It's worth noting there are conflicting reports of whether Netflix has renewed "Selling Sunset" for season 6 (via Women's Health and People). And in true Christine Quinn fashion, oddly, the controversial reality star's story keeps shifting. Although she told Us Weekly she is "absolutely" going to be on the show moving forward, Quinn had a different take when talking to People.

Instead of confirming that she is coming back despite parting ways with the Oppenheim Group, owned by brothers Jason and Brett Oppenheim, the reality star told the outlet that she is "open" to discussing a return to the streaming platform's luxe real estate series. "It's just it's a matter of: I need to be able to promote what I'm actually working on," the 33-year-old told People, noting she wants to be on "Selling Sunset," but won't be satisfied with a secondary role.

"I'm not going to be a 'friend of.' I need to be shown doing my real estate," Quinn clarified.