“She’s the perfect TV villain.”
Have truer words ever been spoken when it pertains to The Bachelor‘s Krystal Nielson? From her initial scratchy “Hiiii!” to her limitless speeches, the individual fitness instructor from San Diego ended up being the subject of discussion throughout Arie Luyendyk Jr.‘s season and Sunday night’s Women Tell All unique mainly concentrated on her actions on the program (and the ones that we’re initially revealed, however we’ll get to that in a minute). While Krystal didn’t appear to mind ending up being Bachelor Mansion Enemy No. 1 in her mission to discover love, she confessed to E! News that the action she’s gotten from the general public on social networks has actually been hard for her to handle.
“I’ve never peen put in this position to be so publicly criticized for my actions and my character and it got to me,” Krystal, 29, informed us after the Women Tell All taping. “I took a month off of work after filming. I couldn’t be who I needed to be for people to empower the because I was so disempowered myself. It was really tough.”
But none of the other season 22 girls appeared to have that much compassion for Krystal, particularly after the never-before-aired video of her utilizing the c-word to explain all them was revealed. Caroline Lunny even utilized the word “sociopath” to explain Krystal throughout the unique.
But Krystal isn’t really that upset over Caroline’s word option, informing us, “People were upset and I feel and understand. I say s–ty things when I was heated and upset. Like, I get it…I’m a rainbow of emotions, I’ll own it!”
And Caroline wasn’t the only female who felt in this manner about Krystal, with Tia Booth confessing, “Krystal drove me f– king insane since she’s a single person on-camera and a single person off-camera.
However, now that they are done recording, Tia has actually softened her position on Krystal, stating, “That’s just Krystal and I’ve accepted it. Maybe she learned a little bit from watching the show!”
To hear more from Krystal about her habits on the program, in addition to how the other girls, consisting of Bekah Martinez, felt about her habits, view our interviews with them above.
The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.