“Selling Sunset” alum Christine Quinn was dragged by Instagram users after appearing to support the dance captain named in Lizzo’s sexual harassment lawsuit.
“Ok miss Quigley can party with me tho. She sounds lit 🍆🍆🍆🍆,” the reality star wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post seemingly referring to the allegations.
Quinn’s comment mentioned Shirlene Quigley, who is named — alongside Lizzo and Big Grrl Big Touring — in a lawsuit filed Tuesday by the “Juice” singer’s former backup dancers, who claim they were subjected to weight-shaming and sexually denigrating behavior.
According to the court documents obtained by WM Leader, the plaintiffs Arianna Davis, Crystal Williams and Noelle Rodriguez also allege that they were pressured to participate in disturbing sex shows while employed by the Grammy winner.
Some of Quinn’s followers were quick to call out the real estate agent for the “uncouth” remark.
“This just confirms you were the worst person on selling sunset,” one person wrote.
“Aren’t you married with a kid? Kinda embarrassing. This comment ain’t it,” a third added, referencing the “Selling Sunset” alum’s 2-year-old son, Christian, whom she shares with her husband, Christian Richard.
“This is an ugly ass comment,” a fourth added, while another posted, “Not you defending sexual harassment and religious bigotry 😬🤢.”
Lizzo’s three former backup dancers claim in the lawsuit that Quigley was “not only vocal about her religious beliefs but took every opportunity to proselytize to any and all in her presence regardless of protestations.”
The plaintiffs further allege that the dance captain was extremely open about her sexual behavior despite her religious views and would “simulate oral sex on a banana in front of the rest of the dance cast.”
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Per the court documents, “These instances were always unprompted and made plaintiffs uncomfortable.”
Quigley also allegedly “had no problem sharing her masturbatory habits with the dance cast, often stating things to the effect, ‘Masturbating is against my religion, but today I had an oopsie,’” according to the lawsuit.
Additionally, the lawsuit cites a concert trip to Amsterdam in February during which the plaintiffs claim Lizzo invited the dancers for a night out on the town, which ended in the city’s red light district.
The area is known for its sex shops, sex theaters, clubs and bars where nudity is on full display.
The documents state, “Lizzo began inviting cast members to take turns touching the nude performers, catching dildos launched from the performers’ vaginas, and eating bananas protruding from the performers’ vaginas.”
The plaintiffs are suing for general and special damages, as well as punitive damages and attorneys’ fees.
As for Quinn, she exited “Selling Sunset” last year after appearing on the Netflix show for five seasons.
A source told WM Leader at the time, “Her goals are far bigger than playing a villain on an ensemble reality series. She can’t wait to start the next chapter of her career and show the world who she truly is.”