Jason Oppenheim’s life has modified fairly a bit since changing into a family title in Hollywood ensuing from his newfound fame as a celebrity real estate broker

The “Selling Sunset” star and most essential drive behind the favored Oppenheim Group, 44, has not too manner again discovered himself on the middle of headlines after he and assortment co-star Chrishell Stause, 40, revealed their romance to the world when ensuing pictures of the pair packing on the PDA whereas vacationing in Rome made the rounds through the web. 

Oppenheim instructed Fox News that whereas there had been an adjustment interval of kind, he understands that being staked out by photographers comes with the value of fame.

“It’s funny that you mentioned that because we were just – we’ve actually had paparazzi following and snapping pictures of us the last two days now, including at dinner last night, which I just saw today,” Oppenheim outlined when requested about his newfound notoriety. 

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Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim of Netflix's ‘Selling Sunset' were recently spotted packing on the PDA during a Rome getaway. 

Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim of Netflix’s ‘Selling Sunset’ have been not too manner again seen packing on the PDA all via a Rome getaway. 
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“I mean, I think that if you make the conscious decision – there are some people that become well-known through a voluntary act – like deciding to go on a reality show versus, maybe someone who had something happen to them in their personal lives and never asked for it – so I think when it comes to people who made a conscious decision, I think it’s part of the responsibility that a public figure has that, again, has made a voluntary decision to be in the public eye. And in that sense, I feel like I made a voluntary decision.”

Oppenheim added that as a star, he believes “there’s a responsibility to take photos and to be respectful and reasonable about being paparazzied” and talked in regards to the concept of getting his image taken and seeing options on-line “doesn’t really bother [him] at all.” 

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“I just don’t read anything anyway, so, sorry for everyone wasting their time – good or bad,” he quipped.

“But I do have some frustrations or animosity towards photographers who take those liberties with people who didn’t make a voluntary decision – if I can kind of draw that line in the sand,” he added. “I can imagine that for a woman, it might be a little bit more difficult – they have to get their hair done, makeup and get dressed up – there’s more of an image to a woman, I think. And I think that kind of paparazzi might be more stressful.”

“I think it goes with the territory and it’s part of the responsibility of being someone in the public space,” he talked about in the long term.

Oppenheim, who not too manner again listed his Mount Olympus Los Angeles mansion for $8 million after an in depth seven-figure renovation, revealed to Fox News that he truly managed to protected a two-year lease on the property for $45,000 per thirty days.

As for the way in which by which he and Stause deal with to spend their time collectively, Oppenheim talked in regards to the pair are obsessed massive time with binging crime thrillers and documentaries and the occasional episode of “The Real Housewives.”

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“That’s a funny question because literally last night she had me watching ‘Beverly Hills Housewives,’ which I have never watched any of the ‘Housewives’ shows,” he talked about.

“But normally we agree, like we both really like crime thrillers, we like documentaries. We’ve seen at least a dozen documentaries and then also ‘Mare of Easttown’ type of stuff or ‘The Undoing.’ So we like the scripted crime dramas and then we also really enjoy like we were at last night.”

Jason Oppenheim’s life has changed quite a bit since becoming a household name in Hollywood due to his newfound fame as a celebrity real estate broker. 

Jason Oppenheim’s life has modified fairly a bit since changing into a family title in Hollywood ensuing from his newfound fame as a star exact property vendor. 
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Of the titles Oppenheim talked about he and Stause not too manner again checked off their file: “We were watching ‘Manhunt: Deadly Games,’ which is about the Richard Jewell story of the Atlanta bomber. So that’s a scripted one but we saw ‘Long Shot’ where this guy had been falsely accused of murder, but he ended up being at a Dodger game.”

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He pressed that there are even circumstances when Stause may even indulge on a present or two with out him – a swap that in some relationships may very properly be grounds for a break up.

“Even when I find one – she has watched so many without me, it’s so frustrating because I’ll be like, ‘Oh, this one looks so good’ and she’s like, ‘Watched it,'” he outlined. “So we’ve seen probably a dozen together and she probably saw a dozen before without me. So we’ve plowed through those. But that’s kind of our vibe. And we spend a lot of time just at home and hanging out, watching those types of crime dramas.”

“So, sometimes I’ll end up watching an episode of ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ but then we’ll be at dinner and I’ll have the Washington football game on my phone, which I apologized for. But, you know, so it’s a tradeoff.”