Netflix's latest reality show Selling The OC has been absolutely *filled* with drama, and it looks like it's not slowing down anytime soon.
The Selling Sunset spin-off launched last week (24 August), and various cast members have since spoken out about the tension shown on screen - with realtor Alexandra Rose now opening up about why she and Alexandra Jarvis were "shunned" on the show.
We've previously seen agent Alex Hall hitting out at being portrayed as a "villain", while Tyler Stanaland has addressed what happened when co-star Kayla Cardona tried to kiss him. Kayla has also revealed why she didn't have Rose and Jarvis' backs during arguments, apologising to the pair in the process.
Now, Rose herself has spoken out about how cast members treated her and Jarvis during filming.
Rose told Page Six that she and fellow Oppenheim Group realtor Jarvis were not originally cast to be on Selling The OC. Explaining how the pair's co-workers responded, she said, "Everybody's, like, energy just kind of turned, and no one talked to us."
She went on to say that other cast members "shunned" them, adding, "Everyone thought that they were, like, superior over us, and Alex Hall, Polly [Brindle], they were bullies. They were mean and nasty and shunned us like we were, like, chopped liver."
The realtor later added that she "just I didn’t feel welcome," around some of her OG co-workers on the show. She explained, "When I was in a room with them, it was very awkward for me, and I felt very socially awkward because they just kind of suck the energy out of my soul in a sense."
We have reached out to reps for comment.
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