But a viewer took to Twitter to air his frustrations that an "influencer" co-hosted the episode, while attempting to use Abbie's number of sexual partners as justification.
"Is the 'Influencer' Abbie Chatfield on #TheDrum the same Abbie Chatfield famous for having bragged as a star of The Bachelor that she’d slept with 50+ men," he wrote.
"Seems an appropriate CV for The Drum. Asking for a friend."
His snide remarks appeared to be in refence to Abbie's candid podcast episode last year, where she revealed she's slept with over 50 people.
Abbie called out the man to her 306,000 Instagram followers, sharing a tongue-in-cheek message.
"Hi Arthur, I just wanted to quickly say that I've also f**ked women. So if you could include that in your next tweet that would be good. It's also way more than 50," she quipped.
The 26-year-old was refreshingly candid on her It's A Lot podcast, where she told listeners candid, personal details in a bid to to destigmatise sexual health.
"When it comes to self slut-shaming, this is something that I still struggle with a lot. I have had STIs in the past," she said.
"I used to have a list of people that I'd slept with. When I stopped counting it was like 50."
Whilst Abbie said she's never been angry at a partner for giving her and STI, she didn't treat herself with the same kindness.
"When I've gotten STIs before I've been like 'I'm such a f***ing idiot' and you do beat yourself up," she said, but added that there's a mentality that's helped her change her perspective on STIs.
"If you're work and someone's irresponsible enough to come into work when they have influenza A (the flu) and you sit next to them and get the flu, that's not your fault. You don't think 'I shouldn't have gone to work that day, I shouldn't have sat next to that person, I should've sanitised my entire desk.'"