Jordan Kimball and Jenna Cooper publicly split on Wednesday, just one day after their engagement was revealed in the season finale of Bachelor In Paradise. A bombshell report from Reality Steve earlier this week alleged that Jenna had faked her relationship with Jordan, according to screenshots of a text conversation Jenna allegedly had with another lover.
Jenna has since denied all allegations, but Jordan announced on Wednesday that he had decided to remove himself from the relationship. In a podcast interview with Reality Steve, Jordan explained that he believed Jenna sent the texts to another man, and opened up on her disappointing reaction when he confronted her about the report.
“Well, there was a statement that she made that ‘well you know I say mean things sometimes, but I don’t think I said this.’ And that, to me, immediately I felt even sicker. The reaction immediately didn’t give me any confidence that I didn’t need to worry about this.”
Unlike the Tell All show for The Bachelorette, the Bachelor In Paradise reunion show was not aired live. The Reality Steve report was published prior to part two of the season finale, and while a few viewers knew about the allegations before the show aired, many more watched Jordan’s proposal and his couple interview with Jenna oblivious to the news, which obviously wasn’t addressed.
Show host Chris Harrison said on Thursday that he hopes the allegations aren’t true, and that there are no plans to turn the scandal into a television special.
Via E! News:
“There’s a certain time-and this is it-where the cameras stop rolling and [there’s] the human side, where we just want to take care of these people and make sure Jordan’s OK, and make sure Jenna’s OK and help them. And it’s not going to be seen on a special. They’re just human beings that are dealing with a pretty crazy situation right now, whatever it turns out to be. So, I do get involved in them.
…. All I can say is ‘God, I hope it’s not true,'” he said. “What a horrible mess and deceit.”
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