Victoria Fuller may no longer be vying for the heart of Peter Weber on The Bachelor, but she is still dealing with some continued backlash.
Having gone home without a rose on Monday (March 2,) Fuller appeared on The Bachelor: Women Tell All to continue to claim that she has never broke up any marriages or relationships in her dating past.
Yet, a woman by the name of Merissa Pence disagrees.
Fans of the addictive show will recall that Pence appeared on a recent episode to tell her ex, aka Peter Weber, that Fuller was nothing but trouble. And she still stands by those statements.
“Some people cannot face the truth, she knows what she’s done,” Pence said on her Instagram while responding to fans on her feed, according to E! News, about Fuller’s continued denial. “It takes a strong person to admit those flaws.”
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Pence went on to say that she will continue to speak up for the many women who have fallen prey to Fuller’s supposed evil doings.
“This is simply why I did what I did,” she wrote. “To speak for those who’s lives and relationship have been ruined. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but the truth [will] always be the truth and there’s no way around that.”
The Bachelor continues Monday (March 9,) as Madison Prewitt and Hannah Ann continues to vie for Weber’s heart.