Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn reflects on her tough teenage years
Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn reflected on her troubled teenage years.
In an interview with Sunday Times, the series villain, 33, revealed she had gone through tough years throughout high school, after her ailing mother took her out of education at 16 to teach it at home before to send him to an “alternative school”.
The reality TV star explained that her peers at school were “gang members, trafficked girls, prostitutes and drug addicts,” while shedding light on her imprisonment at 17 for possession of marijuana – when her parents left her in jail.
Breads: Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn reflects on troubled adolescence
Christine, from Dallas, rose to fame in the Netflix series in 2019 and has spoken of moving away from her roots before.
In her last interview, she detailed her mother’s poor health, explaining that she had: “Lupus, Raynaud, arthritis is so bad, [limited] movement in his hands, His hands are totally fused. She had breast cancer twice… a double mastectomy. ‘
In addition to the problems, she also had an aneurysm and open heart surgery.
For fear of her mother’s death, she withdrew Christine from school, but soon realized that she couldn’t teach her properly herself, so she sent her to an “alternative school” where his peers were extremely confused.
On the rise: In an interview with The Sunday Times, the series villain, 33, revealed she had gone through tough years throughout high school, after her ailing mother took her out of education at 16 to teach it at home before sending it to an “alternative school”
She said, ‘It was, you know, a revelation. I went to school with people who were gang members, with girls who were trafficked …
“I was with girls who prostituted themselves and I saw their pimps looking for them after school. Pregnant girls ”, kids“ going in and out of jail, drug problems. And I learned to grow up very quickly ”.
During this time, she met her with the police – in which her parents chose to “teach her a lesson” rather than help her escape prison.
Open and honest: The reality TV star explained that at school her peers were “gang members, trafficked girls, prostitutes and drug addicts”
She remembered being arrested and said, “On my 17th birthday, someone gave me some marijuana. My parents taught me a lesson. They left me in prison for four days …
‘The food was awful [in jail] and everybody was there for things like prostitution, and I was just, like, I’m here for fucked up weed.
In September, she spoke about the incident again, stating: “One day someone gave me a little surprise for my birthday, and it turned out to be marijuana…
“Another child saw them give it to me, and I was called into the principal’s office and the principal had a choice. She said, “I’m going to wonder if I’m going to suspend you or call the police right away.” And she chose to call the police …
The latest: His latest interview comes after the man who once dated Christine and her co-star Emma Hernan was identified as Oppenheim’s Peter Cornell
“So they booked me and everything, the handcuffs and everything.” I got out of that school and was in jail because you’re a legal adult at 17.
Christine has been outspoken about her job to get away from her scandalous past and shed her “Texas Girl” image.
His latest interview comes after the man who once dated Christine and her co-star Emma Hernan was identified as Oppenheim’s Peter Cornell.
An insider said Us weekly Sunday that Peter, 45, was the man Christine, 33, and Emma, 30, quarreled in the Netflix reality series.
Peter is a trained real estate agent and works for The Oppenheim Group as director of sports and entertainment, according to the publication, and has become a hot topic in the new season of the hit series.
Long ago: Peter Cornell was seen with Christine – then known as Christine Bently – in February 2015 at the Los Angeles premiere of Hot Tub Time Machine2 (pictured)