WATCH: Courtney Robertson Reveals More Bachelor Secrets!

Courtney Robertson dishes about everything The Bachelor in her new book I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain, and during an appearance on The Juice this week, she’s sharing even more!

The reality star competed on Season 16 of the show, where she was dubbed the season’s villain, but ultimately, got engaged to Bachelor Ben Flajnik in the final episode. Months later, though, they ended things in a bitter, public battle, which Courtney discusses in her book.

“For me it was like, we had such a bad public breakup and he came out and said things like, ‘I should’ve listened to the other girls,’ and said things that were really hurtful to me when we actually had a real relationship,” she explained during the interview. “So I was like, ‘I want everyone to hear the entire story.'”

Another juicy topic in the book involves the Bachelor’s infamous “Fantasy Suite,” during which each of the final three women have the option to spend the night with the man they’re working to win over. “I think I might be one of the first people to come out and talk about it, but it’s kind of what you’d expect,” she admitted. “I mean, you’ve been dating for two and a half months, and for me…I talk about exactly what happened. I’m not going to buy a car without a test drive!”

So, yes…there is sex in the Fantasy Suite, people!

Finally, Courtney confirmed that it is indeed true that Adrian Grenier has a big, ahem…”entourage,” something she first pointed out in her writing. “You can’t make this stuff up for the book,” she revealed.
“You can’t write a book like this and not tell the truth. I know I could’ve held back and not been as dishy or racy, but I wrote it as if I was talking to my best girlfriends, and that’s how we talk!”

The Juice airs on weekdays at 1 pm and 10 pm on Veria Living.

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