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Selling Sunset fans point out Jason Oppenheim doesn’t appear to be on phone call in new episode

Selling Sunset fans point out Jason Oppenheim doesn't appear to be on phone call in new episode 2

Selling Sunset fans point out that Jason Oppenheim doesn’t appear to be on a phone call during scene from new episode

Selling Sunset fans took to social media questioning a sequence involving Jason Oppenheim on the seventh episode of the show’s new fifth season.

In a scene from the Netflix reality series titled It’s Getting Personal, the 45-year-old real estate broker is seen speaking on a phone call while the front of his iPhone is set to the camera app, leading some to question if the call was fake.

While it is technically possible to have the camera app open while making a call, many on social media questioned the authenticity of the call, in which The Oppenheim Group founder was speaking about a potential business deal on a property.

The latest: Selling Sunset fans took to social media questioning a sequence involving Jason Oppenheim, 45, on the seventh episode of the show's new fifth season. He was snapped in LA last August

The latest: Selling Sunset fans took to social media questioning a sequence involving Jason Oppenheim, 45, on the seventh episode of the show’s new fifth season. He was snapped in LA last August 

A user shared a clip of the scene, writing, ‘Not Jason Oppenheim getting up to make a call with his camera.’

One user tweeted, ‘My vibe today is Jason talking to his camera pretending to call a client #SellingSunset.’

Another user said: ‘Jason Oppenheim “on a phone call” during a scene in the new season of Selling Sunset. From what I see though … his camera app is open.’

A few social media users defended the Palo Alto, California native, with one person saying, ‘You guys are aware you can still be on a call but on a different page, app…’ while another said, ‘Sometimes the ear or face touches the screen and turns on other apps.’

In a scene from the Netflix reality series titled It's Getting Personal, the 45-year-old real estate broker is seen speaking on a phone call while the front of his iPhone is set to the camera app, leading some to question if the call was fake

In a scene from the Netflix reality series titled It’s Getting Personal, the 45-year-old real estate broker is seen speaking on a phone call while the front of his iPhone is set to the camera app, leading some to question if the call was fake

A number of social media users shared screenshots of the sequence, questioning the authenticity of the phone call

Selling Sunset fans point out Jason Oppenheim doesn't appear to be on phone call in new episode 3

A number of social media users shared screenshots of the sequence, questioning the authenticity of the phone call 

The fifth season of the show, which debuted on Netflix Friday, will chronicle Oppenheim’s romantic relationship with Chrishell Stause, 40, which ended late last year after five months.

Oppenheim last week spoke with People about seeing his relationship with Stause unfold on the fifth season of his series, saying he was ‘pretty anxious about it,’ and ‘not looking forward to that at all.’

He added: ‘It’s almost like if you got a divorce and had to watch your wedding video. Why would you want to do that? This has not been an easy breakup for me at all – my most difficult for sure – and I’m still processing. So to have to go through this when I’m already having a difficult time is not something I’m looking forward to.’

The fifth season documents the relationship between Oppenheim and ex Chrishell Stause, 40. The former couple was seen at an event in NYC last autumn

The fifth season documents the relationship between Oppenheim and ex Chrishell Stause, 40. The former couple was seen at an event in NYC last autumn 

Stause, an actress and real estate agent, opened up about their breakup in December, as she said they were not on the same page in terms of starting a family.

‘I have tried to embrace the world I have found myself in and that includes being open and honest about my relationships,’ Stause said in a December 21 post on Instagram. ‘It felt scary and terrifying knowing that it may not end in what society deems a success and what I am ultimately looking for. 

‘But after many long heartfelt talks, I am choosing to see it as a success no matter what label is attached to it publicly. Jason was and is my best friend, and other than our ideas for family ultimately not being aligned, the amount of respect and love we have for each other will not change going forward.’

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