WATCH: Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles' Return Features a Fiery Realtor Showdown: 'He’s an Unethical Wimp'
Watch the first squabble of the season unwind between the two luxury brokers
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles is kicking off a new season in its signature style: With a good party, and a lot of drama.
The hit Bravo series returns with it’s 10th season on Thursday, and welcomes its first-ever leading lady, Tracy Tutor Maltas, as well as returning cast members Josh Altman, Josh Flagg, Madison Hildebrand, James Harris and David Parnes.
As for who gets in on the inaugural squabble: Hildebrand and Harris draw first blood.
While at an event, Harris approaches Hildebrand, who’s deep in conversation with Altman’s new wife, Heather, and asks to “have a chat privately.” After Hildebrand rejects the offer, things start to get heated over a listing Hildebrand allegedly obtained by lying about having an offer on the property.
“You know how unethical you were and you don’t want to talk about it. That’s the truth, is it not?” Harris insists. Hildebrand responds, “You’re really inserting yourself into a lot of bad situations right now.”
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In a confessional interview, Harris continues to explain his frustrations with his fellow realtor. “Of course he’s not getting up, he’s not moving, because he knows he’s wrong. He knows he’s lied,” he says. “He knows what he’s done is completely unacceptable. He’s an unethical wimp.”
Back at the party, Altman joins the group of onlookers, which includes Tutor Maltas and Flagg (who appears to doze off toward the end of the disagreement). After acknowledging Altman, Harris dishes out his final blow.
“You know you’re wrong,” he says. “I know exactly what happened. You can’t admit it.”
For the full broker throw-down, watch the video above and tune in tothe premiere of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles Thursday, November 2 at 9:00 p.m. EST on Bravo.
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