“I don’t know what you’re trying to cover and I don’t know why you’re dragging me down for something that isn’t even right.”
Tayshia Adams summons Colton Underwood for allegedly spreading misinformation about a Fantasy Suite date on The Bachelor in his Netflix documentary.
Adams reached the final three of his season, before losing to Cassie Randolph. Later, Colton came out as gay, something he detailed on “Coming Out Colton,” which came out earlier this month. In the series, his side shared what happened – or rather, didn’t happen – during the history of the Fantasy Suite, an account that Adams now disputes.
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“Fantasy Suites in The Bachelor world is an overnight date and is being labeled as the firstborn bachelor, and everyone was very interested if I was going to lose my virginity on the show,” Colton said on the show. “People saw a date with Taisha sitting there at dinner nervous. What people saw was such a blossoming relationship and what was about to be a big step for me and us, but actually I didn’t want to go to the Fantasy Suite I didn’t want to put Taisha in that “.
He added, “I knew I was attracted to men, but felt that if I lost my virginity in the Fantasy Suite, would it make me happy enough to keep me straight.” “Crossing that line was crucial because it would force me one way or the other and I didn’t know which way that was going to be.”
Speaking with Onyeka Ehie, who was one of his contestants that season, on his documentary series, Colton said he “felt so bad, even with Tayshia because I remember that night, I slept in my sweatpants and sweatshirt.” “The temperature in the thing was 78 degrees and I was like sweating. I don’t want to give her the wrong impression,” he added.
He also said that Adams didn’t try anything with him, saying that she was “so respectful and so gentle and nourishing and wonderful. Totally, just, so elegant and wonderful.”
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Kufrin appeared on the Bachelor’s Happy Hour podcast by Becca Kufrin — who co-starred with Colton as a contestant on her season of “The Bachelorette” before becoming “The Bachelor” — and asked Adams about Underwood’s comments regarding her overnight date.
“First of all, I think he’s very rude. Don’t make me sound such an unfortunate affair, like he just felt so bad to me,” Adams—who added that she hadn’t watched his series on Netflix—said. “Anyway, I’m not the only one who should feel bad about him, there are other women out there trying to fall in love with you and really putting their hearts on the line, so if you feel bad about me in that regard, make sure.”
“But, no. Colton Underwood didn’t actually sleep in sweats and sweatshirt that night. In case everyone was wondering. It’s been said many times. It’s said in his book, it’s said on TV, it’s said in his show.” Apparently,” she continued. “He actually slept in his boxers that night because it was really hot in Portugal, the door was wide open and it was raining outside and we were trying to vent the air, it was hot and sticky. He was wearing sweats and a sweatshirt.”
Kafrin wondered why he was “lying about it,” which left Adams baffled.
“I don’t know. And honestly, it makes me so sad. It’s just like, at the end of the day, we had really good conversations and ended on a good page. I don’t think there was any bad intent or nothing happened that we wouldn’t be friends.” “So, to make up this detailed story, which says you slept on the other side of the bed, you had to sleep in sweats and a T-shirt because you felt so bad and didn’t want me to think anything was going on, it’s just, I don’t know what you’re trying to cover and neither I know why you’re dragging me down to something that’s not true. It’s not true at all. I have no reason to lie. Why the hell am I lying?
She added that when it came time for her to date in the Fantasy Suite on her special season of “The Bachelorette,” Adams said she learned from Colton’s experience that “you can really ask a lot of questions and really get to know the other person and nothing else happens.”
“Coming Out Colton” is streaming on Netflix now.
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