Courtney Robertson is ready to share details of her feud with Trista Sutter, and she blames her for the Twitter issues. Wetpaint reports on Friday that Robertson felt attacked by Sutter on the social media network. However, Robertson insists she is not the one responsible for starting the drama and claims she has not shared negative comments about Sutter in the past.
Robertson believes Sutter is not treating her fairly, and she is not pleased with the posts the former reality star has written on her Twitter account about her. Sutter, who appeared on both “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” continues to stay up to date on the shows and frequently mentions them online. In one of her recent posts, she points out Chris Harrison cannot be replaced as the host of the TV programs.
Robertson mentions that she had the chance to see Sutter in real life, but the meeting did not go well. Robertson felt ignored and mistreated by the other reality star, so the meeting did not improve their relationship. Unfortunately, the two women have not been able to get past the drama, and Robertson’s book, “I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain” has not helped the situation. She includes information about Sutter’s Twitter posts along with her thoughts on other events.
Although her book is controversial, Robertson has no regrets and has been busy promoting it. She is not the first reality star to have problems with another star. Even the host, Harrison, has admitted he does not get along with all of the stars on the shows, but he has his favorites. Trista and Ryan Sutter are one of his favorite couples. Robertson’s feud with the former bachelorette may actually be helping her book sales, so the drama has side effects.