Tiffany Scanlon and Megan Marx are not ashamed of their love.
The Bachelor contestants made headlines earlier this year for sharing photos of their ‘topless spaghetti party’ on Instagram only to delete them shortly after.
But now Scanlon claims the show’s producers forced her to delete the risqué pics.
“I said they’d be back and here they are!” Scanlan said yesterday, captioning a collage of the racy images which show the couple enjoying dinner dressed only in underwear.
“I am pleased to finally be able to repost these photos after being made to take them down and told I was “damaging my reputation. I am now a free agent!”
In a nod to her binding TV contract ending earlier this week, the 30-year-old also added the hashtags “finally free,” “don’t tell me what to do” and “David vs Goliath.”
Back in September, Tiffany took to social media to explain it was not her decision to rid her account of the photographs.
She penned: “In regards to the recent Images that we posted and removed, I did not have a “sudden change of heart,” I am not ashamed, I am not sorry and I look forward to being able to post them back up eventually. If you look back through my Instagram (and Megan’s) you will realise these photos are not out of character for either of us. I’m tired of people making assumptions and speaking on my behalf so I hope this clears some things up, if indeed it is allowed to stay up.”
Scanlon and Marx confirmed they were dating in October after months of speculation. It’s been reported that the pair fell in love while holidaying in Bali shortly after filming for The Bachelor wrapped up.