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‘I’ve had a very taxing few months’: Jason Oppenheim


JASON Oppenheim has faced “a very taxing few months”.

The 45-year-old TV personalit­y – who is the president and founder of The Oppenheim Group – has confessed to feeling under pressure during filming for seasons 6 and 7 of the popular Netflix series, Selling Sunset.

Oppenheim told People magazine: “I thought things would get easier for me in season 6 and 7. I would argue that it’s been the opposite.

“I feel more pressure to handle some pretty difficult situations. It’s been a very taxing few months.”

He has also confessed to being in “repair mode” amid the arrival of Bre Tiesi. He revealed that Bre’s arrival hasn’t been universall­y welcomed by the Selling Sunset cast.

He said: “Most of the women have warmed up to her. Not everyone. There’s a lot going on right now on the drama front, to be honest. So we’re in repair mode. We’re trying to fix things because there’s a lot going on.”

Oppenheim has also been challenged by trying to film Selling Sunset and its spin-off, Selling the OC, simultaneo­usly, “So that is just in and of itself a lot for me”.

Meanwhile, Chrishell Stause previously confessed to having a “love-hate relationsh­ip” with Selling Sunset.

The 41-year-old beauty admitted that “some days are great and some aren’t so much”.

She explained: “There are certain aspects I look forward to and have so much fun with. It wouldn’t be a compelling show if there weren’t aspects that gave us raging anxiety.

“You guys are in store for a very exciting show, which means some days are great and some aren’t so much.”

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