The antics of Bachelor & # 39; mean girls & # 39; Romy Poulier, Cat Henesey and Alisha Aitken-Radburn made their co-star Tenille Favios cry on Wednesday night.
And although the trio has been widely accused of "stalking", one of its competitors is quick to defend itself.
Rhiannon Doherty, who was kicked out of the show that same night, told Yahoo Be on Thursday that the show was heavily edited, and that the three girls were always "nice" during filming.
Under fire! Bachelor & mean girls & # 39; Alisha Aitken-Radburn, Cat Henesy and Romy Poulier are being defended by co-star Rhiannon Doherty amid accusations of "bullying".
"They were always nice to me and they picked me up when I was sad," said Rhiannon.
On Wednesday night, after Tenille told her co-stars that she and single Nick Cummins shared a kiss, she was questioned by Romy, Cat and Alisha.
Romy stated in one piece to the camera: "Until her one appointment, Tenille was very eloquent about the fact that she was tacky, classless, disgusting, disgusting to kiss on the first date." The next minute she is at home, acting (her I kiss with Nick) literally & # 39;
"They were always nice to me and they got me up when I felt bad": Rhiannon has come out in defense of Romy, Cat and Alisha
Tenille denied that she claimed that kissing on the first date was "disgusting", and she fled the Bachelor's mansion after an incessant interrogation by the trio of "bad girls."
Now, Rhiannon claims that other competitors were on the same side as Romy, Cat and Alisha when the whole drama fell apart.
"Many of the girls were somewhat erased by Tenille's comments in advance," Rhiannon revealed.
Anguish: Tenille burst into tears after being questioned by Romy, Cat and Alisha about their kiss with Nick, but Rhiannon says the scenes have been edited
& # 39; She [Tenielle] I said it was a bit disgusting to kiss a man on the first date after kissing all these other women … so we were all feeling it, "he added.
Rhiannon also affirmed that the show was published, and that more people participated in the confrontation.
Meanwhile, the outraged spectators took Twitter after the scenes aired on Wednesday.
One wrote: "Actually, I am so disgusted with @The BachelorAU tonight, the manipulative and emotional intimidation of contestants and producers alike should demand serious investigation into how this season is allowed and used so much."
More than it seems? Rhiannon says that Romy, Cat and Alisha (pictured) were not the only annoying girls in Tenille