Chrishell Stause allegedly posts DMs on behalf of Nicole Young

Chrishell Stause is fact-checking the drama between her and “Sailing Sunset” season six cast member Nicole Young. On May 20, the 41-year-old posted a candid photo of herself on Instagram along with screenshots of messages she claimed she and Young exchanged before filming the latest season of the Netflix reality series. DM Young is seen asking the Stooges for advice after being approached to join the show. (POPSUGAR reached out to Young’s rep for comment on the messages, but did not receive an immediate response.)

It appears in screenshots of the Stooges that Young began reaching out to her shortly after asking her to sign a two-season “Sailing Sunset” contract. The June 21 message said, “Hey lady! So… Adam and Skyler randomly called me on Friday to tell me I’m getting a contract to be a full-time cast member for the next two seasons.” “To say I’m shocked is the understatement of the year! Mainly because this news came out of the clear f*cking blue.”

The DM continued, “Anyway I wanted to see if I could take you out to lunch or happy hour this week to pick your brains about the countless questions I have about the logistics of the show and how it’s going to work.” I can also take your advice on many things. /related to production? You’re clearly a pro and everything show related, so I’d love to learn some of your wisdom before jumping in at the deep end, because I’m not going to lie, I’m f*cking scared!

For their part, Stause appears eager to help Young navigate the filming process. She responds with “of course” and invites Young to lunch with the other women on the show. “This post is for people who love facts,” the “Dancing With the Stars” alum captioned her post. Her co-star and friend Emma Hernan commented, “We’ve got a fact checker in this B*TCH!!!!!!!!! 👏🏻 👏🏻”

In the new season, a conflict broke out between the Stause and Young due to Young’s claim that his co-worker had received credit for property sales prior to joining the show. She also alleged that Jason Oppenheim, boss of the Oppenheim Group, gave Stause the credit because he had a crush on her at the time (Oppenheim has dated both women). Long before the season drops on Netflix in September 2022, Stause alluded to the struggle on her Instagram Stories.

“The thirst for on camera time on Season 6 is real,” she wrote at the time. “Wow. That was insane. But also so transparent. Get your 15 minutes girl but leave my work out of it.”

In a second story, he said, “Screenshots have been archived for the moment. Surely you have a bigger issue with me now – not before – when you have a camera crew. I hate fake 💩.” .If you want camera time-just say so. I’ll help you get the right angle. But don’t try to come for the people I love or my business when you were added and I’m excited to see you was there to do.

For his part, Young addressed his issues with the Stooges on-camera. “You don’t take credit for someone else’s work. And yeah, that p*ssed the f*ck off me,” she said in season six. “He didn’t do any open houses. I did everything. I worked with a buyer’s agent, and I’m the one who sold it. Jason and I got into a very heated argument about it. He’s got the listing in the valley. ” Based on my closed sales and my work.”

The Stooges denied Young’s claims in a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight. “A lot of my frustration is that, if when you’re cast on the show, and you’re asking me for advice, and I’m saying, ‘I’m so excited for you…’ you know, all these things and Then all of a sudden, you’re bringing up something from three years ago? It’s extremely disappointing to me,” she said. “Leave my business out of this. You know, calling me a fake agent, trying to destroy my business, the things I worked really hard for? I’m the only girl in the office who gave away her business.” And who gave her the referral. And so it really felt like a betrayal and a joker emoji.