Christine Quinn has addressed rumors claiming she faked her pregnancy. The "Selling Sunset" star took to Instagram Stories to fire back at online critics questioning her journey to motherhood, saying they were all "f---ing sick."

Rumors about Quinn faking her pregnancy emerged after she documented her motherhood journey on the fourth season of the hit Netflix show "Selling Sunset." An unidentified netizen even sent her a private message Saturday accusing her of lying about being pregnant.

The reality TV star shared a screenshot of the message, which read, "Why did you fake your pregnancy? It's totally OK to admit to having a surrogate but don't set unrealistic expectations for PP moms when you didn't even carry the baby yourself. It's deceitful and a shame."

In her now-deleted Instagram Story, Quinn responded to the user, "K y'all are beyond f---ing sick." 

She later posted on Twitter to hit back at her critics, asking them to apologize for their "hurtful" comments.

"For all yall still mad on pregnancy gate please go look at my ig stories," she wrote. "And apologize. This is seriously so hurtful."

"You can post a picture of giving birth and these conspiracy people still won't believe you. Kinda of sick," one Twitter user commented on her post.

"Haha so true babe," Quinn responded.

The reality TV personality confirmed to E! News in May that she and her husband Christian Richard had welcomed their first baby boy, Christian Georges Dumontet. She also revealed in an interview with People that she had to have an emergency C-section days after attending the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards Unscripted.

"Baby C is more precious than I could have ever imagined. Nine months seems like a lifetime to wait to meet someone," she told the outlet. "It is the most incredible feeling to know that you have created life. My protective mama bear mentality is stronger than ever. My sole job is to protect him, to live him and to raise him."

Quinn later opened up about her "extremely dramatic" childbirth experience, saying she was traumatized by it.

"Reliving my trauma on 'Selling Sunset' about my birth experience, was one of the most difficult things I have ever done; let alone allowing these very raw, personal moments of my life captured on camera," she wrote in an Instagram post in July.

selling sunset Christine Quinn is pictured in a scene from "Selling Sunset" Season 2. Photo: Netflix