Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn ‘happy to be free’ from Netflix series: ‘We were brainwashed robots’
Posted by  badge Boss on May 29
It was recently confirmed that Christine Quinn is no longer part of the Oppenheim Group (Picture: Getty/Netflix)

’s has no regrets over quitting the Oppenheim Group and insists that she’s just ‘happy to be free.’

Following the explosive season five reunion, real estate broker Jason Oppenheim confirmed that the 33-year-old

The luxury realtor has revealed that she and husband Christian Richard have set up their own business together, announcing the news with cryptic comments about being your own boss.

Although the star isn’t part of the agency anymore, she recently reassured fans that but she will have to be ‘creative’ about her comeback.

Reflecting on her time on the hit reality series, Christine expressed that she and the rest of the cast were ‘brainwashed robots.’

‘I was part of a bigger machine over which I had no control,’ she added to The

Christine (left) insisted that she’s ‘happy to be free; from the drama (Picture: Netflix)

‘And I’m just so happy to be free.’

The latest season closed with the shocking claim thatto not work with her.

Shortly after, it was revealed Christine’s bio had been removed from The Oppenheim Group’s official website.

Speaking of her controversial exit from the Oppenheim Group and the claims made against her by her castmate, she denied any wrongdoing and admitted that she was ‘shocked’ while watching.

Christine (middle) is a fan-favourite of the phenomenal series (Picture: ADAM ROSE/NETFLIX)

‘That absolutely did not happen. … I watched the show and I was shocked. I was completely shocked,’ she continued to .

Discussing where she stands with former boss Jason now, she added: ‘He just says, “I was going off the information that I was given.” And I said, “Well, I wish you would have called me. I wish you would’ve told me that you were doing this, and I would’ve talked anything through with you and answered any questions for you”.’

Christine unveiled her new company on Instagram in April, with her announcement landing the day after Selling Sunset season five was released.

Taking to social media, she penned at the time: ‘Introducing my company RealOpen.com Click the link in my bio to learn more. Why work for someone else when you can be your own CEO?

‘It took over a year of hard work and tenacity to create this platform and patent-pending technology to revolutionize the housing market.

‘My Boss B***h manifesto is don’t STOP until you are the Boss of your own life. YOU and only you control your storyline. It was a moon shot, and now it’s a reality. Crypto is the new global financial system. Why ride the wave, when you can help create it.

‘We work with buyers, sellers, and agents. Don’t get left behind…’

Metro.co.uk has reached out to Netflix for comment.

Selling Sunset is available to watch on Netflix.