“Of course I’m upset,” she told WHO magazine.
Despite this, the blonde beauty, who appeared in Season 1 of The Bachelor, is yet to officially deny Grant’s story that he walked in while his friend was allegedly performing oral sex on her. This happened back in March when Ali, who began dating Grant after meeting on Bachelor in Paradise, was visiting him at his home in the US.
Now, as Australia prepares to watch Ali’s journey to find Mr Right on screen, Grant has revealed exclusively to New Idea that the cheating scandal, which was uncovered after Ali was announced as the new Bachelorette, left some of her suitors questioning the 32-year-old’s intentions – and leaving the show.
“I know that my name definitely is a subject of importance on the show because of what she did, as it should be,” Grant says, adding the South Australian fitness fanatic was not impressed with those who brought up her previous relationship with the model and the scandal clouding it.
“I heard she sent a couple of guys home because of it, because they probably tried to get to the bottom of it,” Grant continues.
According to Grant, Ali, who was previously engaged to David Waldeck before splitting just months before going on Bachelor in Paradise, was a different person when the cameras stopped rolling.
“I’ve never in my life seen someone come across as such a kind-hearted and caring person and then turn around and do what she did to me. She did a really great job convincing me she wanted a relationship but then you get some shots (of alcohol) into her and
she’s a monster.”
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