Christine Quinn has admitted she’s received death threats over her behaviour on Selling Sunset.
The 31-year-old has been embroiled in a lot of drama on the Netflix series, particularly involving her co-star Chrishell Stause.
Speaking to People magazine, Christine confessed she toned down her attitude before filming season two – after she was sent death threats for being the “show villain”.
“We definitely were a little more reserved going into season two. I was scared. I was a little scared,” she said.
“The first few episodes of season two, the editors were like, ‘Where’s the other Christine? Where’s Christine?’ I’m like, ‘Well, that Christine gets death threats.'”
“People are so invested in the show, and they see what they see and just think I’m this crazy person. It’s just unfortunate. People are weird.”
Christine continued: “I guess I am the quote-unquote ‘show villain,’ but I love it.”
“I think it’s funny and I think people enjoy it at the end of the day, people that love me really love me. When I’m on camera, I have fun with it.”
“Whether it’s perceived well, I don’t know, but I’m really just being myself,” she said.
“I do have a heart of gold underneath that, and I think sometimes with television, it’s really hard to see all the elements of a human being on a television show.”
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