Chrishell of Selling Sunset has revealed that the brokerage the show revolves around has split and that some people have left.
Selling Sunset was one of Netflix's most-popular new releases of the lockdown period, with drama surrounding Chrishell's marriage dominating the latest season.
That drama also led to infighting between brokers of the Oppenheim Group, the estate agents that the show follows. Chrishell, in an interview with Good Morning Britain, has revealed that some people have left the brokerage.
"I have to say, a lot of us get along so well, it's like a dysfunctional family.
"There is some splintering happening in the group.
"I’m not going to sugar coat it, we’re not all friends, we don’t all get along. But we try to.
"Some people have left, the brokerage has split, if the cameras picked up now, there’s a lot to pick up on."
Rumour was rife over the past number of weeks that one of the twins who run the Oppenheim Group, Jason, was to split from his brother and start his own brokerage firm. Those rumours were bandied about by Christine, one of the stars of the show, but have been slammed by Jason's brother, Brett.
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Despite being one of the most popular releases during lockdown, Netflix have yet to pick up Selling Sunset for a fourth season.
However, Chrishell is confident that there will be news on that front soon.
"They haven’t announced anything officially, but I think we’ll hear something very soon."