Ashley Iaconetti's Crazy Confession About Kelsey Poe Will Leave You Breathless

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OMG, you guys. Even though her time on The Bachelor has come to an end, odds are good that people will still be talking about Kelsey Poe for quite some time, especially after the "Women Tell All" special airs. There's a pretty decent chance that the sh** will hit the fan once her lovely co-stars get a hold of her, so we really can't wait to see how it all goes down.


And considering Ashley Iaconetti admitted to Kelsey's fear that she killed her husband, we can probably expect one of the most entertaining and nasty confrontations in Bachelor history when these two finally come face-to-face again.

Yes, you read that right. Apparently before they became enemies, Kelsey told Ashley that she still has a few lingering questions about Sanderson Poe's death.

Get a load of what Ash divulged on Jenny McCarthy's radio show:

I don't know how this didn't make the cut -- and I feel fine talking about it because there's so much that was revealed on Kelsey during that episode. She said, and this is a quote, 'I didn't get the autopsy back for two months, so for two months I was worried that I fed him something wrong.'

Are. You. Kidding. ME?!?

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OMG. I know Ashley and Kelsey aren't exactly the best of friends, but did she or did she not basically just insinuate that Kelsey had something to do with her late husband's passing?

Sure, Kelsey came off as pretty nutso on the show, and it wasn't the least bit surprising when Twitter erupted with all sorts of comments relating to her being involved with Sanderson's death, but come on. Do you honestly believe she a) would hurt the man, b) would talk to the other women in the house about his death if she'd had anything to do with it?

Please. Call her crazy. Call her a "black widow." Call her arrogant, full of herself, whatever -- I'm just not buying that she actually has the capability of harming someone she clearly loved very deeply.

As for Ashley, well, she pretty much lived up to the "immature" label that was bestowed upon her during The Bachelor. Saying you don't like someone is one thing, but suggesting they murdered someone close to them is, well, just plain mean.

Do you think what Ashley said about Kelsey is mean?


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