After the Selling Sunset spin-off was released on Netflix last week, fans quickly took to social media to share their mixed opinions about Alex. While some people thought she made Christine Quinn look like Mary Poppins, others were obsessed with her straight-talking ways.
Now, the estate agent has spoken out to defend her actions on the show - which include alleging Alexandra Jarvis and Alexandra Rose are bullies and asking why they were constantly invited to stuff.
Responding to the drama, Alex says told ET, the cast "were able to watch the show a couple of weeks ago. There was never a debate on whether or not I'm the villain, or they're the villain, because we all know the backstory and our reasonings and our intentions.
"And so, to see it unfold that way, with the viewers who just don't know, and they're just seeing it for the first time and they don't know any of the behind the scenes like we did, or we do, I'm really just... it's shocking. It's honestly just shocking."
On calling her fellow estate agents "bullies", Alex continued, "That term does get, and I'm guilty of it too, it does get thrown around so much. But when I refer to Jarvis and Rose as bullies, it's because they come in with the intention of calling somebody out or shaming. And they corner you, they put you in this corner."
Alex then touched on why she seemingly kept asking why they were invited to things, explaining it was because she hadn't been told they were part of the show - and they actually worked at The Oppenheim Group office in Newport Beach. "It's very irritating because Jarvis and Rose aren't a part of the other side of the office, like me and Polly [Brindle] and Tyler [Stanaland] and Austin [Victoria] and Brandi [Marshall]," she added.
"So they don't know what's actually going on. They just come in and they get the snippets from production. Like, 'Hey, talk about this...' And it's like, 'Ugh, why are you talking about this? You don't know the story. You weren't there.' Yeah. It's frustrating."
Looks like the bad blood is alive and well, then.
Read Alex Hall's full interview with ET here. Selling The OC is now streaming on Netflix.
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