'Selling Sunset' Star Chrishell Stause Reveals She Has Nightmares Following Split From Boss Jason Oppenheim
Chrishell Stause has revealed what has been going on in her extremely "vivid" dreams after her split from Jason Oppenheim.
The Selling Sunset cast member, 40, took to her Instagram in a now deleted story to detail the experience as she wrote, "Just woke up from the most vivid dream."
"Came home to my mom having adopted a huge green snake and a cat," Stause explained. "Cat starts attacking the snake & takes a huge chunk out of him. That was not how I saw that fight going!"
"I am sure this means something, but I am going to take it to mean it's time to get coffee and head to the pool," the Dancing With The Stars alum added with laughing emojis. "The sleep here is next level."
Stause's crazy dream comes after her headline making break up with her real estate broker boyfriend, 44 after going public with their relationship in July.
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As OK! previously reported, Oppenheim's twin brother Brett Oppenheim recently told TMZ that despite the two going their separate ways, his sibling had a very special place in his heart for his employee.
"My brother and Chrishell love each other more than Jason has probably loved anybody," he told the outlet — refuting the claims that the former pair's relationship was only for the Netflix series.
Mere days before the couple announced that they were going their separate ways, a source exclusively told OK! that pals were questioning if Stause was serious about her love for Oppenheim.
Following the split, the actress got real on Instagram about what went wrong in the relationship as she wrote, "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."
"Men have the luxury of time that women don’t and that’s just the way it goes," Stause continued. "Thank you Jason for the most incredible relationship and for consistently being honest with me even when it hurts."