Victoria Larson’s ‘toxic behavior’ was highlighted on the Feb. 1 episode of ‘The Bachelor,’ and Matt lastly made the choice to ship her dwelling after she was known as out.
Matt James was lastly made conscious of how Victoria Larson was treating the opposite girls on the Feb. 1 episode of The Bachelor. During the episode, Matt took it upon himself to get rid of Anna Redman after he came upon that she had unfold a rumor that fellow contestant, Brittany Galvin, was an escort. Brittany was one of the 4 ‘new’ girls left in the home, who have been introduced in after the second rose ceremony. After Matt eradicated Anna, one of the opposite new girls, Ryan Claytor, crammed Matt in on troubling conduct she skilled with Victoria, as nicely.
“The main thing that aggravated me is with Victoria,” Ryan admitted. “It’s things left and right, it’s in my face. On my very first group date, she made a cheers to the “OGs.” It’s fixed. She instructed me to my face that as a result of I’m a dancer, she flat out acknowledged that I used to be a h*. She laughed about it after. It’s simply onerous for someone to say that about you when it’s not true.” Ryan additionally defined that Victoria began apologizing to her after Matt eradicated Anna, and she or he didn’t really feel prefer it was honest.
Matt assured Ryan that he wouldn’t tolerate that sort of conduct, and made it clear that he wouldn’t stand for a poisonous setting. Afterward, Ryan let Victoria know that she approached Matt along with her issues, which set Victoria off and led her to hunt Matt out herself.
“Ryan told me that she was upset about the OG cheers, so there’s definitely some things I can work on,” Victoria instructed Matt. However, he wasn’t going to let her off that simple. “It was so hard when it was brought to my attention by Katie [Thurston] that there’s toxicity in the house,” Matt admitted. “I didn’t know any of this was going on. Before I could even ask Ryan a question, she started crying. It was kind of similar to how my conversation with Brittany went about Anna. Now, I’m doing the other women a disservice by not making this a safe space for everybody. People’s words are so powerful.”