Last night's episode of Bachelor In Paradise was a bit intense for a variety of reasons... the first rose ceremony was performed, our first love triangle came to a screeching halt and Brett made Tara cry.
The whole "does Brett have a girlfriend" rumour has been spreading around the island like wildfire and last night, things got so bad that Tara felt like she had to approach the other girls and tell them that she doesn't want to force any of them to do what they don't want to do, but she wanted to let them know that Brett is actually a good guy.
No one believed her and the pressure all became too much for her.
Tara knew that Brett was seeing Stephanie, another girl from Matty J's season of The Bachelor, and unfortunately, she felt a little blindsided when Brett told her that they weren't "Facebook official" and that's why he went on the island.
After a producer confronted Brett about his relationship on the outside, he was sent home at the rose ceremony because clearly, the other girls weren't convinced that he was there for the right reasons.
Now, Brett has taken to Instagram to share his side of the story, saying that Stephanie was supposed to join him on Bachelor In Paradise, but her contract was terminated before she could join him in Fiji.
"IMAGINE: you were in the really early days of dating someone and after a hectic year of filming two TV series - along with some personal travel - leaving little time together since meeting.
"IMAGINE: you were both asked to then go on a show in Fiji, sip cocktails with your mates from the last two series and, more importantly, spend time with THE girl you're interested in, all the while being paid.
"Then, imagine you arrived on the island first, her contract only then to be ripped up; leaving it to look like you went on a dating show without her.
"Imagine then airing it to Australia portraying you as a sh** bloke and as always, forever putting production over humanity, despite never changing our story that we had been seeing each other in the lead up and couldn't wait to be reunited in Fiji.
"Now you have 'reality' TV."
He then hash-tagged the story with "#filmedsixmonthsago" telling his followers that the loved up photos of him and Stephanie that are online are of them currently, and not when Bachelor In Paradise was filmed.
Tara, who was caught up in the whole scandal because she is friends with the couple, took to Instagram last night to tell her followers that Brett really isn't a bad guy.
Luckily, both Brett and Stephanie seem happy together now.
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