Chrishell Stause Says 3 “Selling Sunset” Cast Members Accused Her of Being 'Mean' to Get Storylines

The ‘Selling Sunset’ star is sharing her perspective on the explosive confrontation between her and Marie-Lou Nurk in season 7 of the Netflix show

<p>Araya Doheny/Getty</p> Chrishell Stause

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Chrishell Stause

Chrishell Stause is not staying silent.

On Monday evening, the Selling Sunset star shared a clip from E! News to her Instagram Story that showed more of the confrontation between Stause and her ex Jason Oppenheim’s then-girlfriend Marie-Lou Nurk that was previewed in the trailer for the show’s seventh season.

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“Please judge this conversation after you see the WHOLE interaction,” Stause implored her followers. “I entered this lunch trying to make nice. And of course none of that was released [because] this is more eyebrow raising… Would love to see your reactions AFTER you see the whole thing.”

In the clip shared to E! News’ Instagram page, the two women are seen in the midst of an argument. Stause tells Nurk, “It’s not my job to ask you questions.” Nurk tells Stause that she thinks the two should get along because she was dating Oppenheim at the time. (The pair have since split after 10 months together).

Stause talks about some of the ways in which she and her partner G Flip have been friendly with Nurk. Nurk says that G Flip has been the one who has shown her kindness saying, “I really like G a lot; she’s so nice to me.”

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic Marie-Lou Nurk and Jason Oppenheim
Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic Marie-Lou Nurk and Jason Oppenheim

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A frustrated Stause takes a moment before explaining that G Flip is non-binary and uses the pronouns they and them. Stause tells Nurk she’s not interested in being her friend, while Nurk tries to convince her otherwise.

Stause exits, telling Nurk she “[feels] like [she’s] losing brain cells on this conversation.”

In her Instagram Story, Stause revealed her perspective on this interaction and others in the upcoming season.

“If you say I am mean to you, apparently you get a storyline on Selling Sunset,” she said. “THREE people did it this season and you guys be the judge.”

“Funny that I never once had an issue with any of these people when cameras were around. (Remember when I posted the four of us to lunch in Australia. All smiles, nice time?),” Stause added, referring to a December 2022 post on her Instagram Story where she ate lunch with G Flip, Nurk and Oppenheim

<p>G-Flip and Chrishell Stause</p> Frazer Harrison/Getty

G-Flip and Chrishell Stause

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“The NEXT time I saw her was this lunch. ON camera,” Stause said. “If she said I was nice to her, do you think she would have gotten a storyline & invited to the reunion…. NO.”

In a final Story, Stause clapped back at commenters on E! News’ original post writing, “if you have a partner that would correct pronouns, or correct what you preferred to be called etc. when they know it’s going out to 190 countries…. Please raise your standards.”

“There is only ONE thing I don’t play about and it’s the person that has changed my life for the better,” Stause concluded.

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