Maya Vander of selling Sunset responds to Christine Quinn's false narrative claims

Maya Vander of selling Sunset responds to Christine Quinn's false narrative claims ...

Season 5 spoilers for Sunset are available.

Maya Vander, a selling Sunset actress, has dismissed Christine Quinn''s claims that the Netflix reality show contained false details.

Christine made the claim on Twitter that the program, prior to the launch of season 5, contained "fake narratives," sparking concern among supporters.

However, Maya, a co-star, has responded to the claims, saying, "We film for five or six months and things really happen as we go. We don''t have a script. They don''t tell us what to say and how to say it."

According to Maya, people thought Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim''s relationship was a PR stunt, which it wasn''t. Unfortunately, they''re seen falling in the show.

"There is always the tension and drama with Christine and the rest of the cast, so things happen, and I believe that''s what makes the show so successful, because things happen and it''sn''t always perfect," the star said.

At the end of season 5, Christine sparked a lot of controversy as Emma Hernan claimed that her fellow show star had bribed one of her clients not to work with her, which Christine has denied.

Jason reveals during the reunion episode that "right now there is no room for [Christine] at the Oppenheim Group" since the turn of events.

"In the future, if she takes property seriously, if I can get an understanding of her situation, if she changes her behavior, and if she gets a massive listing, there''s a lot of reasons why I would consider her having a seat at the Oppenheim Group. But, in the present day, there isn''t a place," he added.

Amanza Smith bogus claims in the reunion interview that she is dating Zac Efron, while Chrishell reveals that she is in a relationship with rapper G Flip.

Seasons 1 to 5 of Sunset are now available on Netflix.