Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn Could’ve Faced ‘Legal Issues’ For Alleged Season 5 Bribe, According To Co-Star

in the drama-filled fifth season of Selling Sunset, a ton of new allegations, insinuations and implications were tossed around by the real estate agents at the Oppenheim Group. Emma Hernan had shared that actor Ben Affleck not only matched her on the Raya dating app at one point, but that he pursued her, too – prompting a response from Affleck himself and a bit of clarification by Hernan of late. Another scandalous storyline saw Hernan accuse Christine Quinn of supposedly bribing one of her clients to switch allegiances. And apparently, Quinn could’ve faced serious “legal issues” for the situation, according to another co-star, if it had gone a bit further.

The client in question was evidently offered $5,000 by Christine Quinn to change their choice of representation from Emma Hernan to herself. When it was eventually brought to the attention of broker Jason Oppenheim and newly appointed VP Mary Fitzgerald, it seemed Quinn was going to get a stern reprimand of some kind at work – but she never showed up for the meeting during the Season 5 finale. There hasn’t been any talk of authorities getting involved since then, either. Yet, Fitzgerald explained to AND! News that things would’ve escalated at the time if other factors had been slightly different. she said,

If Emma had had the listing agreement signed already, which she was getting ready to, it would be illegal. SW [Christine] would lose her license, she would lose everything. But the listing agreement for this particular property wasn’t signed just yet, luckily. Otherwise, she would have legal issues.

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