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Justin Hartley ‘irritated’ over Chrishell Stause’s portrayal of their divorce on Selling Sunset

The actor filed for divorce last November


Justin Hartley is reportedly “irritated” over Chrishell Stause’s portrayal of their divorce on the latest season of Selling Sunset.

The couple tied the knot in October 2017, before Justin filed for divorce in November last year – with the shock split playing out in front of the cameras of the hit Netflix show.

In one scene, Chrishell confided in her co-star Mary Fitzgerald about the brutal way she found out her marriage was over – “He texted me that we were filed. Forty-five minutes later the world knew.”

“Justin has not watched the episodes but has been alerted to what is said,” a source told Us Weekly.


“He’s irritated that she’s airing their private information publicly and knows there is more to the story than is being told,” the source continued.

“His close friends and family know what really happened, as does Chrishell, so ultimately it’s her choice of what is put out there.”

“The claims made in the show that something changed in Justin after his This is Us fame are completely false.”

“Chrishell knows that’s not what happened, so for her to let people believe that is upsetting to him.”


Chrishell claimed that she was “blindsided” by her ex-husband, with the drama unfolding on the hit real-estate series.


“I’m just kind of in shock with it all. I’m trying to keep it together, but it’s just a lot all at once ’cause everybody in the whole world knows like at the same time that I knew,” she said in a confessional.

“Have you ever been knocked over by a wave and you don’t know which way to swim to get up?”

“I don’t think anyone ever gets married thinking that they’ll get a divorce. I’m definitely a hopeless romantic, and I feel stupid even saying that out loud.”


“When I think of marriage, I think of: you work on things with people if they’re not perfect — no one is. You work on it. You talk about it.”

“You don’t go out looking for greener grass; sometimes you have to water the grass that you have,” she continued.

“And that’s what marriage is. Sometimes it can be hard. I don’t think it should be more hard than easy, at all, but that’s why I’m so confused, because I didn’t feel like that balance was off. I just feel stupid.”

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