Davina Potratz Blasts 'Selling Sunset' Producers Over Little Screen Time
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The real estate agent takes to Twitter to call out the Netflix show's producers as she insinuates that producers never gave her a chance to show fans a look at her personality.

AceShowbiz - Davina Potratz has had enough. The "Selling Sunset" star called out the Netflix show's producers as she suggested that producers never gave her a chance to show fans a look at her personality.

On Thursday, September 8, Davina caught wind of fans gushing over her while commenting on her sultry photos of Potratz at the Burning Man Festival. A fan admitted she was "mesmerized" by the edgy snaps, while someone else wondered, "where is this energy when she was on the show?"

The real estate agent noticed the conversation. Insinuating that the producers didn't give her enough screen time to show her personality on the hit show, she responded to the question, "Ask the producers!"

This wasn't the first time for Davina to express concern about how she's portrayed on the Netflix series. She revealed in an interview with Page Six back in 2020 that she wanted to show her softer side, but feared that it wouldn't be "dramatic enough" for the show.

"I actually am the jokester with my friends and I love being really funny and playful and I think that's not really shown on the show," the reality TV star said at the time. "I have really close, good girlfriends and I'm the most loyal, sweet friend. And I think that maybe isn't dramatic enough for the show so they don't show a lot of that."

Davina wasn't the only one who criticized "Selling Sunset" producers over her portrayal on the series. Christine Quinn previously slammed the show for making her like the villain, adding that producer Adam DiVello told her to "kill" herself.

"There's been complaints filed against him. Multiple complaints … and it's been sick," she alleged to host Alexandra Cooper during her appearance on "Call Her Daddy" podcast back in May. "He actually told me to go fall down the stairs and kill myself at one point."

The realtor, who left the show after season 5, continued, "He basically berated me for being too honest and I said, 'This is my real life and this didn't happen and you know this,' to which then he was screaming and yelling at me."

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