This is how Justin Hartley responded to Selling Sunsets portrayal of his divorce from Chrishell, apparently – Yahoo Lifestyle
Written by on August 8, 2020
Selling Sunset season 3 has officially landed on Netflix, and we can safely say it isn’t short of any drama.
One huge topic covered by the season is Chrishell Stause’s divorce from Justin Hartley, which fans saw a teaser of at the end of season 2. This series picks up where it left off, following Chrishell as she deals with the divorce, but her ex Justin Hartley is reportedly not happy with the way the split was portrayed.
One episode of the new season shows Chrishell confiding in Mary Fitzgerald, revealing that she was “blindsided” by Justin, claiming that he told her he had filed for divorce over text. She added, “45 minutes later the world knew.”
However, Justin Hartley is reportedly “irritated” by the show’s portrayal, and says there is more to the story.
A source told Us Weekly, “Justin has not watched the episodes but has been alerted to what is said.
“He’s irritated that she’s airing their private information publicly and knows there is more to the story than is being told. His close friends and family know what really happened, as does Chrishell, so ultimately it’s her choice of what is put out there.”
The source continued, “The claims made in the show that something changed in Justin after his This is Us fame are completely false. Chrishell knows that’s not what happened, so for her to let people believe that is upsetting to him.
They added, “Justin is in a good place. [He] wants to just move on.”
Justin filed for divorce in late November, citing “irreconcilable differences”. Documents reportedly listed July 8, 2019, as the date of their separation, but the pair had been publicly attending events together (including the Emmy Awards) until November – around the time the third series of Selling Sunset was filming.
We’re yet to hear from Justin himself in response to the season, but we hope that both he and Chrishell are doing OK.
We have reached out to Justin’s representatives for comment.
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