Speaking in a podcast interview with The Spill on October 22, Mary and Romain opened up and revealed that, despite persistent rumours that a number of the show's personalities are going their separate ways—with some apparently choosing to "go with" Brett Oppenheim, who opened his own brokerage—that isn't quite true.
"It’s not as dramatic as all the press are saying," Mary said.
"He did hang his license at his own brokerage, but he is still very much involved in all of our lives, and he’s still part of our family.
"Some of the girls were saying they were going to move over to him, but Brett’s not taking anyone on! I see all those headlines and I don’t even want to ask because honestly, it’s more drama.
"But all he’s done is hang his license in his own brokerage. He’s still involved with us and no one else is moving over with him."
The only cast member who has openly confirmed they have left The Oppenheim Group is Davina Potratz.
In the interview, Mary also opened up about her on-screen 'feud' with fellow cast mate Christine Quinn, revealing that the pair are in a "better" place than they were before.
"Christine and I are better than we were before," Mary told The Spill.
"We didn't speak to each other for quite a few months because there was just too much that had been said or done.
"Then I saw an article that had come out about her wedding and how disappointed she was with the way it was portrayed and I know how she gets. She gets very hurt and she lashes out.
"I know how she feels, so I reached out to her and the conversation went really well. We FaceTimed for an hour and a half, and dug into all the things that have happened in the past, and we’re in a better place now."