- Peter Weber’s ex girlfriend Merissa Pence thinks Victoria Fuller was manipulative during the last “Women Tell All” episode.
- During the episode, Victoria F. claims Merissa told Peter she was a home-wrecker just so she could be on the show.
If you’ve watched even a little bit of Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor, there’s no way you haven’t heard of Victoria F.’s problematic behaviors. For example: Peter’s ex-girlfriend Merissa Pence let it slip that to him that Victoria has broken up literal marriages in an attempt to stop him from making the wrong choice during the hometown dates. As a result, Victoria shaded Merissa during the latest “Women Tell All” episode and basically said Merissa was making the entire thing up just to be on the show. Now, Merissa’s firing back.
Merissa is pissed about that “Women Tell All” episode and said Victoria deflected from the truth by claiming Merissa was a hater so she wouldn’t look like the bad guy. “It definitely was hurtful to watch her on ‘Women Tell All,’” Merissa told Us Weekly. “It was her way of being manipulative and saying she didn’t break up multiple relationships. If she would have just made a blanket statement, I feel like that would have benefited her versus saying, ‘This girl hates me and she wanted to be on the show.’ You’re still not saying the reason why I came on there in the first place.”
Merissa continued and said:
“It wasn’t a personal motive for me to go on. It was a blanket motive for all those people here that couldn’t speak up. I got a lot of messages after that saying, ‘I can’t believe she’s lying again.’ ‘Stay true to yourself, you know why you did this,’ and so much more stuff [about Victoria] has come out after this because people feel empowered to speak up and before they were scared to speak up. Even though they’re talking behind a Reddit account, prior to this show, there was no talk of that. It’s apparent that I’m opening it up for other people to speak about it because I made my initial statement.”
Since then, the women that have been affected by Victoria’s actions are feeling inspired to speak up even more about the issue, but Merissa says these women also realize that it’s pointless to go up against someone who’s trying to become famous through reality TV—especially when considering they have their own lives and families to worry about.
“They want to speak up but then realize there’s more to life than this reality TV show,” Merissa added. “You have to put yourself in their shoes. If you had a child and you’re now divorced and you are going to revisit this because someone wants to be Instagram famous and be on a reality TV show? That doesn’t comprehend with them because that person ruined their life. I think it just digs up a lot of dark times for them and I’m glad I was able to speak up for them.”
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