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'Selling Sunset' star Chrishell Stause gets ultimate REVENGE for unsolicited d**k pics

'Please don’t send those [photos] to me guys, I won’t post them but I will send them to your mom or your sister,' warned Stause
Chrishell Stause posted on her Instagram (Chrishell Stause/Instagram)
Chrishell Stause posted on her Instagram (Chrishell Stause/Instagram)

While most people dislike receiving an unsolicited, NSFW photo in their chatbox, Chrishell Stause had an incredible clap-back after receiving one via her Instagram. The Selling Sunset star recently revealed that she got an unwanted nude photo and discussed how she handled the incident.

“PSA: I don’t love opening DM’s to unsolicited [eggplant emoji] pics (NO ONE DOES) So I sent it to a guys [sic] mom today,” the author posted on her Instagram on Wednesday, March 9, the 40-year-old star of Selling Sunset posted on Instagram. She also explained that she had used a “💩” emoji to hide parts of the graphic image to spare the unidentified man's mom when she sent her the NSFW photo of her son.


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On International Women's Day, on Tuesday, March 8, the author of 'Under Construction' noted that the man who sent her d**k pictures had publically tagged his mom in another appreciation post from his account, which is where Stause got his mom's Instagram id. “Please don’t send those [photos] to me guys, I won’t post them but I will send them to your mom or your sister or wife or [girlfriend],” warned Stause. On Wednesday night, the Kentucky native backed up her claim by posting a selfie in the bathroom mirror while getting dressed.

“The girl you don’t want saying hi to your mom in the dm’s,” she wrote in her next story and added a “Hi Mom!” sticker. Stause, who was last linked to Oppenheim Group CEO Jason Oppenheim in July 2021, debunked the rumors in December 2021. The former 'All My Children' actress, who was married to Justin Hartley from October 2017 until their breakup in November 2019, later spoke out about how her personality comes across on the Netflix reality show. “When people watch #sellingsunset & get annoyed by my personality. Honestly, same,” Stause humorously tweeted in January. She added, “I think years of auditioning clicks a weird part of my brain when speaking to camera to be ‘ON’ and I am working on it. Lol. But girl just relax. By the time we’re cancelled I’ll get it.”

Stause talked about some of her former relationships and what she learned from them in her new book, 'Under Construction.' She claimed that Hartley and Keo Motsepe were both "love bombers." Stause claimed that she saw Motsepe's "red flags" and moved away before things became too bad.