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TV star recalls 'most embarrassing moment' selling rapper's home – 'There was no toilet paper'

Mary Bonnet is sharing the reality of what’s behind the super luxe exterior of Selling Sunset this June. The real estate guru has appeared on all seven seasons of the show which kicked off back in 2019. Although the Netflix series isn’t filming now, Mary reflects on her “most embarrassing life moment” and it happened to be when she was selling French Montana’s crib!

Selling Sunset oozes glitz, glamor, and (let’s face it) totally unachievable luxury for the average Joe. But, Mary is leveling with us here, she’s human just like everyone else and endured one of her most embarrassing moments while at work.

Mary Bonnet Fitzgerald is seen on March 14, 2024 in Los Angeles, California.
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Mary Bonnet sells French Montana’s house

Many Selling Sunset fans may remember the episode where Mary sells rapper French Montana’s home.

The Netflix cast are often tasked with celebrity clients’ listings and French was just one of many on the Oppenheim Group’s books.

Mary managed to sell the Unforgettable rapper’s house, but it came at a cost to her dignity.

Speaking on SiriusXM Hits 1 LA with Tony Fly and Symon this June, she said that during a showing, she had some stomach issues and had to make a dash for the bathroom.

Mary’s IBS flare-up

Appearing on SiriusXM Hits 1 LA with Tony Fly and Symon, Mary delves into the moment she’ll feel embarrassed about forever.

She said that the rapper was “luckily” no longer living in his home as she suddenly had an IBS flare-up.

Explaining the situation, she said: “I have some stomach issues, I have IBS.”

“…it kind of reared its ugly head right before a showing, there was no toilet paper in most of the bathrooms except his bathroom, and so I was like running and I’m sweating and the poor lady. I took care of business, but then the poor lady coming to see the house, I was like sweating, my makeup’s running down my face…”

The Netflix star continued:

“I’m like walking around. I’m like, ‘Okay, so over here’ and I’m trying to show over around the other side, and then I stopped and I was like, ‘Okay, so we can go back this way.’ I was like,’Oh my god,’ and I laughed. I just sat down. I was like, ‘Please kill me. This is like, oh my god. This is the worst thing ever,’ but the showings went great.”

She added she thought: “Why me?” and hoped French Montana wasn’t “disgusted” by the story if he was hearing it.

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