‘Selling Sunset’ star Maya Vander tests positive for COVID after reunion

Maya Vander tested positive for COVID-19 after filming the “Selling Sunset” reunion show in Los Angeles on Sunday.

The reality TV star, 39, told TMZ she flew home after the taping and tested positive for the virus on Tuesday, but said she’s “feeling OK.”

She also said she tested negative before the reunion.

Vander warned her cast mates that they could have been exposed, however everyone else from the hit real estate series was “feeling fine,” the outlet reports.

Vander’s rep did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

Her positive test also comes amid claims her co-star Christine Quinn “lied” about testing positive to get out of filming the reunion.

The cast of “Selling Sunset” season five reunited over the weekend.
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Chrishell Stause claimed the new mom said she contracted COVID-19 to avoid answering the tough questions.

The former soap star, 40, tweeted a GIF of Maury Povich uttering, “The lie detector test determined that was a lie” in response to a different TMZ story about Quinn, 33, taking part in a photo shoot with “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Melissa Gorga.

Vander flew back to Miami after filming the episode in Los Angeles.

Quinn’s rep told Page Six yesterday that the “How to Be a Boss B***h” author had tested positive and skipped the reunion taping “out of an abundance of caution for the cast and crew.”

However, fellow realtor Amanza Smith, who also had the coronavirus, was able to film the episode via Zoom.

Her co-star Christine Quinn did not attend the reunion because she claimed to have COVID-19.

Quinn was at the center of the drama for most of Season 5 of the Netflix series.

She has been feuding with several of the women — including Stause — so it’s more than likely she would have been under fire from her co-stars during the reunion.

Quinn has not responded to Stause’s claim that she lied about having COVID-19.