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‘Bachelor’ star Courtney Robertson dishes on Fantasy Suite secrets

Courtney Robertson
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Bachelor” star Courtney Robertson was known as the villain on Ben Flajnik’s season of the show. Many were rooting for her not to get picked in the end, but Ben ended up proposing to her in the end. The two were engaged for a short while, but ended up breaking up. She wanted her side of the story to be heard. According to a new Radar Online report published on July 14, “Bachelor” star Courtney Robertson is now dishing about her Fantasy Suite experience in her new book.

Courtney has written a new book, “I Didn’t Come Here To Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain,” and in the book she opens up about her experience with Ben Flajnik. Andi Dorfman is about to do her overnight dates with the three men that are left and reports have surfaced that she slept with two of the men. But she hasn’t confirmed anything.

Robertson has decided to open up about her experiences behind closed doors. She revealed that the producers really did everything possible to make it a romantic experience. The producers had placed popcorn in the hotel room, something Courtney thought was Ben’s gesture. But she later learned that the producers knew about her passion for popcorn, not Ben. In addition, producers had not provided condoms for them, even though that seemed to be an obvious thing to add to the hotel room.

She does bring up something interesting. She says that all of the contestants are tested prior to going on the show, and despite being on the pill, she did sleep with him. She was the last one to get an overnight date, and she adds that she may not have slept with him if she had thought about it a bit more.

Ben Flajnik has not commented on his ex writing a book about their experiences, but she does have the right to share her story. She doesn’t slam him in the book, but she was labeled as the villain on the show so she wants to remind people that Ben’s side of the story is just one side of the story.

What do you think Courtney’s book will reveal? Will you read it?