Bachelor in Paradise’s Jordan Kimball is airing out his dirty laundry for all of us to see.
The reality star just revealed his ex-fiancé, Jenna Cooper, has accused him of fabricating the text messages that claim she cheated while they were engaged.
In fact, Jordan posted screenshots of an email sent to him from Jenna’s lawyer, Justin R. Apple, on Friday, October 5.
The attorney wrote in the document, “We have not heard from you likely because you know what we know (ie; that you created the fabricated texts posted by Stephen Carbone). You are clearly avoiding the situation because you know the truth already.”
Stephen Carbone is the man who runs the very popular site Reality Steve, which is where the text messages were published back in September.
“You should note that the only man Jenna ever called ‘princess’ in a text message, is you. On August 26, 2018 at 7:33:18 am, Jenna texted you and said ‘good morning princess’ (with lips emoji following). On August 30, 2018 at 1:34:59 pm you texted Jenna, ‘melts my heart,’” the lawyer shared.
“There are numerous other unique texts that appear only in text exchanges between you and Jenna that match the fabricated texts you sent to Stephen Carbone. Indeed, the fabricated texts appear to be a ‘cliffs notes’ version of your texts with Jenna.”
Jordan and Jenna got engaged during the finale of Bachelor in Paradise, which aired on September 11.
They then split just one day later after the text messages were published, revealing that Jenna allegedly cheated on him during their relationship.
“I don’t really think anyone quite understands what I’m going through lately. Be careful with who you choose to put in your life,” Jordan said on his Instagram Story shortly after posting the legal letter to his page. “I won’t be talking about this matter anymore.”
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