EVERYONE REMEMBERS THE MOMENT NICK ‘THE HONEY BADGER’ CUMMINS BECAME THE FIRST BACHELOR EVER TO CHOOSE NONE OF THE GIRLS AT THE END OF HIS SEASON.

At the time it left the two finalists Brittany Hockley and Sophie Tieman, along with the rest of Australia, absolutely heartbroken. 

But now, with the first episode of Bachelor In Paradise season two done and dusted, we’re finding out a LOT more about the controversial finale of The Bachelor.

“My decision for leaving wasn’t exactly how it sort of came about. I feel there’s something I probably should tell you girls,” Brooke said.

“He stopped the cameras and smothered his mic to tell me that he wasn’t going to pick anyone in the end,” Brooke revealed.

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“Did he physically say that to you?” Cass asked.

“Yeah, he was saying like he’s not going to pick anyone at the end,” continued Brooke.

“He told me not to tell anyone and I protected him for that reason. I couldn’t tell the other girls and I felt that was really sh*t.

“I don’t regret the decision to leave. Why would I be with someone that’s not committed. I’m not going to waste my time and I feel like that’s what he did to us.”

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In an interview with Now To Love, Brittany Hockley has come forward denying the explosive claims made by Brooke.

I wasn’t there at that time but I was told something different,” Britt revealed.

“It’s in the past,” she added.

“There’s no point in bringing it up. I would personally never go into it but Soph and I were told something very different.”

While she didn’t reveal what they were told, Hockley explains that it was definitely not what Brooke claims.

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Bachelor In Paradise continues tonight at 7:30PM on Channel Ten.

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