Selling Sunset star ‘will NOT’ return to season 6 of Netflix show after suffering ‘devastating’ tragedy

A SELLING Sunset star will not be returning for season six of the popular Netflix show.

The news comes after she revealed she suffered a miscarriage six months since delivering a stillborn baby.

A star of Selling Sunset will not be returning for the show's sixth season

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A star of Selling Sunset will not be returning for the show’s sixth seasonCredit: Getty
Maya Vander has decided to move on following a heartbreaking miscarriage and a stillbirth

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Maya Vander has decided to move on following a heartbreaking miscarriage and a stillbirthCredit: NETFLIX

Production sources revealed to TMZ that Maya Vander, 40, who was one of the show’s first cast members, won’t be back for the new season.

The star is now focusing on raising her family and building her own real estate business in Miami, Florida.

She recently switched her real estate license to be a member of the brokerage giant Compass.

An insider told the outlet that Maya enjoyed her time on Selling Sunset but found traveling between Miami and Los Angeles, where the show is filmed, a lot to handle.

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She shares two children, Aiden, three and Elle, two, with her husband Dave Miller.

TMZ understands that Maya was offered a role on season six of the Netflix hit, but she declined.

She was also absent from The MTV TV and Movie Awards earlier this month, which was attended by most of her cast mates.

Yesterday, Maya revealed she “had a very crazy week” in which she suffered a miscarriage after 10 weeks, which came six months after she had a stillbirth.

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“Don’t take things for granted,” the TV personality told her 1.3m followers.

The lineup of season six is still uncertain after the show’s villain Christine Quinn sparked rumors she will not be returning.

Fans of Selling Sunset noticed that she is missing from The Oppenheim Group’s line-up of agents on the brokerage’s website.

Christine skipped out on the tense reunion show for season five in May after she tested positive for Covid-19.

Since the season aired, she has been outspoken against the show, slamming it for false storylines and making allegations against producer Adam DiVello.

In April, Christine and her tech millionaire husband Christian Richard launched their own crypto-based real estate company.

STILL ON SUNSET

Although Christine’s life is heading in a new direction, her Selling Sunset co-star and bestie Chelsea Lazkani has hinted that she may still have a future on the show.

Meanwhile, the TV personality released a book, How To Be A Boss B***h, in May.

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Chelsea told E! News that she “hopes” Christine will be joining her for season six, adding that “she’s such great TV” and is “amazing behind the camera too.”

Meanwhile, Chrishell Stause is still an agent for The Oppenheim Group, despite her emotional split from her boyfriend and boss Jason.

Maya shares Aiden, three, and Elle, two, with her husband Dave Miller

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Maya shares Aiden, three, and Elle, two, with her husband Dave MillerCredit: Instagram/Maya Vander
Christine Quinn's future on Selling Sunset is uncertain

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Christine Quinn’s future on Selling Sunset is uncertainCredit: Getty
The How To Be A Boss B**h author has launched her own real estate company

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The How To Be A Boss B**h author has launched her own real estate companyCredit: Getty

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