Home » Selling Sunset’s Davina Potratz Feels ‘Thrown in the Deep End’ With Chrishell Stause Divorce Drama
Selling Sunset’s Davina Potratz has admitted she felt ‘thrown in the deep end’ filming the series and embroiled in some serious drama with Chrishell Stause and her divorce from Justin Hartley.
Davina has become one of the main players of the Netflix docu-soap in its third season, thanks to her blossoming friendship with Christine Quinn and her tendency to ask very awkward questions at the worst moment possible.
The best example of this being, of course, stating that there were ‘two sides to every story’ in reference to Chrishell’s divorce as she was looking very teary-eyed attending Christine’s wedding not long after the announcement.
Now, speaking to Cosmopolitan UK, Davina has admitted that she’s a little frustrated that viewers don’t get to see more of her ‘perspective.’
‘I wish a little more of my perspective was shown, and that viewers were introduced to me more – you don’t really know much about me,’ she said.
‘There was a bit of feeling like I’d been thrown in at the deep end of the pool.’
She continued: ‘You also don’t get to see the full context of a conversation on the show [and] people just assume things because they don’t know me.’
The Justin Hartley apologist was also on-hand to spill some pretty interesting tea, in the wake of the news that Brett has left The Oppenheim Group, which he runs with his twin brother Jason.
Earlier this month, reality villain extraordinaire Christine announced that Brett had actually left the company to start up his own business. And now, according to Davina at least, more people could follow suit.
Speaking to OK! Magazine, she said: ‘I don’t know if anyone would join [Brett in leaving]. But, yeah who knows everything could be changed tomorrow so we don’t know.’
Although, Brett’s exit may have unintentionally opened the flood gates for a Selling Sunset cast exodus, especially since season four is yet to be confirmed.
Last season also saw Maya Vander broach the subject of the twins opening an Oppenheim-spin off shop in Miami, where she lives with her husband and two children.
Maya had since also hinted that she may quit the show altogether to spend more time with her family.
Selling Sunset is available to stream now via Netflix.