‘Selling Sunset’s Jason Oppenheim Not Opposed To Christine Quinn Returning To Netflix Series: “I Think Everyone Deserves A Second Chance”

Jason Oppenheim, co-owner of the Oppenheim Group real estate agency and star of Selling Sunset, is open to having Christine Quinn return to the Netflix reality series.

In a new interview, Oppenheim said he was not opposed to having Quinn come back to the show but clarified that the decision was not up to him.

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“I have nothing against her coming back. I think everything deserves a second chance,” he recently told TMZ. “I think I would be onboard. But that would be a group decision.”

He added, “I would be for it if everyone else was. She’s a dynamic woman.”

Quinn was one of the original stars of Selling Sunset alongside Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather El Moussa, and Maya Vander. The real estate agent leaned into her villain persona and had multiple fallouts with her co-stars.

In Season 5, Fitzgerald accused Quinn of trying to bribe one of her clients away, which Quinn denied. Quinn would ultimately leave the show after five seasons and even skipped showing up to the Season 5 reunion after saying she had tested positive for Covid.

Weeks after the Selling Sunset reunion, Quinn made an appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, where host Andy Cohen pressed the reality star about rumors she had faked having Covid.

The entrepreneur assured the late-night host she “absolutely did have COVID” despite being spotted two days later shooting a campaign. Quinn clarified she had “tested positive to go [do the shoot], as in negative [for COVID].”

In that same interview, she said she didn’t know if she was returning to the show but was focused on her new business venture, RealOpen.

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