Kristen Quinn was targeted by anti-fur protesters at two East Coast book signings this week.
The 33-year-old Selling Sunset star can be seen ducking under a table in a video on Sunday as protesters barged in for autographs at the Bookends bookstore in Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Quinn has just published her book How to Be a Boss B***h, and she’s featured regularly in rocking fur in all shapes, colors and forms.
Ducks and covers: Christine Quinn was seen huddled under a table when anti-fur protesters invaded the Bookends bookstore in Ridgewood, N.J., on Sunday.
Fur Demons: Christine Quinn was seen huddled under a table when anti-fur protesters invaded the Bookends bookstore in Ridgewood, NJ on Sunday (seen in 2019)
Angry protesters with creepy signs attacked two of Quinn’s book events over the weekend.
Christine was holding a meet-and-greet for her new book as a group of mostly women demonstrated outside The Strand in New York City on Saturday.
The next day, what appeared to be the same group reappeared at a similar event in neighboring New Jersey.
This time, however, the blonde real estate agent feared for her life and was found hiding under a wooden table amid the commotion.
Demonstrations: Angry protesters turned up at two Quinn book events with horrific signs over the weekend
All is bad: The blond real estate agent apparently feared for his life and was found hiding under a wooden table amid the commotion
Terrible: Her team told TMZ that the reality star sought safety because she believed one of the animal rights activists was armed after she saw someone reach for something in a pocket
her team told TMZ The reality star sought safety because she believed one of the animal rights activists had a weapon after she saw someone reach for something in a pocket.
It should come as no surprise to the budding writer that she has been targeted by these groups, as she is often spotted wearing various fur suits.
The real estate agent’s book, which will be published on Tuesday, May 17, aims to show “women how to be unapologetically empowered in business and relationships to live the life they want”.
she recently discussed the book USA Today, Saying she came from humble beginnings, she hopes to inspire other women through her story.
Heard: A group of mostly women demonstrated Saturday outside the Strand in New York City, where Kristen was meeting and saying hello for her new book
Angry: With creepy animal carcass signs and her new book cover, protesters scream at Quinn as she holds fan meeting and greets her
Read all about it: This real estate agent’s book, coming out Tuesday, May 17, aims to show “women how to be unapologetically empowered in business and relationships to live the lives they want” “.
“The secret to self-confidence is being so safe with yourself that it doesn’t matter what anyone says about you,” she says. “Nothing upsets me because I feel so strong for the person inside. It’s all about loving myself first.
The former Selling Sunset actor – who left the show in dramatic fashion after being accused of bribery – recently confirmed she will be returning to the series for season 6.
Kristen’s future as a real estate agent on the Netflix show has been up in the air as Emma Hernan accused the blonde in season five of trying to bribe a client with $5,000 to stop working with Emma. Christine denies the allegations.
“I love the show,” she told Us Weekly. ‘This show is like my number one [and] Everyone knows. But we just need to get creative now because I don’t work for the Oppenheim Group. …maybe it’s a broker battle.
About it all: It shouldn’t come as a surprise to the budding writer that she’s been targeted by the group, as she’s often spotted in various fur suits (see 2021)
Her goals: It’s unclear whether Quinn opts for real or faux fur, but it’s clear she’s a fan of the material based on how often she wears it (see 2019 and 2022)
“I’m not going anywhere,” she added. “Like, I’ll be on TV all the time. I’m not going anywhere. Just, like, let’s have fun right now.
On the season five reunion show, The Oppenheim Group’s Jason Oppenheim addressed the allegations, saying that Kristen currently “has no place” at the company, but that could change.
Jason broke his silence on the claims, admitting that he “hasn’t spoken to Kristin,” even though they’ve been linked since.
“Now, in the future, if she’s serious about real estate,” he explained, “if I can understand how she sees things…I have a lot of reasons to think she has a place in the Oppenheim Group.”
For her part, the cranky real estate agent claims she left the company ahead of the reunion.
“Of course I don’t have a place,” the mother of one said in a TikTok video. “I terminated my contract a few weeks before filming. I now have my own company, haha.
The company is reportedly RealOpen, which Christine co-founded with her 42-year-old husband, Christian Dumontet. RealOpen allows customers to buy and sell homes using cryptocurrencies — whose value is currently falling.
She’s back: The former Selling Sunset actor – who left the show dramatically after being accused of bribery – recently confirmed she’ll be returning to the series for season 6