From the moment Courtney Robertson revealed her tell-all memoir, I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain, we knew the dirt would be juicy. And girl definitely didn't hold back. From details about her and Ben Flajnik's relationship (and what really went down in the bedroom), to the behind-the-scenes secrets, the Bachelor "winner" definitely laid it all out there. And understandably, her ex is not so happy.
Ben is apparently not thrilled to have his, ahem, private life forever commemorated in the book, so he's lashing out against his former fiance. And boy, is his reaction just as scandalous.
He recently told People his take on the book and dude is definitely throwing some major shade:
It's sad. A new low, even for Courtney. I don't see why she would choose to have people look at her the way she has portrayed herself. I am in a really great place in life and don't have any interest in reliving the nightmare.
Alright. First, this is "a new low, even for Courtney." Even for Courtney?! Well that's a low blow at his former fiance, if I've ever seen one.Clearly, things didn't end very amicably between the two. I mean, he essentially refers to her and their relationship as a "nightmare." Obviously, they didn't stay friends. That's to say the least.
It's no secret that Ben and Courtney didn't find their fairy tale ending on the show, and they actually endured their fair amount of flack. Between the nighttime skinny dipping in the ocean, to her notorious season villain status, they were always controversial. But the latest news shows us that there are no chances of them ever reconciling.
Can you blame him though? She called him out on his sub-par bedroom performances. You can't knock the guy for slinging some trash talk back.
What do you think of Ben's reaction to Courtney's book?
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