Tiffany Reveals The Real Truth Behind That Spaghetti Pic
Tiffany Scanlon has hit out at Bachelor producers a day after her contract with the show ended. The blonde beauty took to Instagram to repost that infamous spaghetti shot with girlfriend Megan Marx, which mysteriously disappeared from her feed earlier this year.
She's finally set the record straight, claiming producers asked her to remove the photo.
I said they'd be back and here they are! I am pleased to finally be able to repost these photos after being made to take them down and told I was "damaging my reputation". I am now a free agent! These were taken back in August when we were making spaghetti for dinner and things snowballed, as they usually do when we are together. A discussion about lady and the tramp, a bottle of wine and a removal of clothes later and voila our infamous spaghetti party photos were taken. #ladyandthetramp #spaghettiparty #troublemakers #donttellmewhattodo #finallyfree #whatscookingoodlookin #theyreback #miff #davidvsgoliath #lovefreely #girlpower #artisticnude
The post read: "I said they've be back and here they are! I'm pleased to finally be able to repost these photos after being made to take them down and told I was "damaging my reputation." I am now a free agent."
Hey guys, just letting you know that @megan.leto.marx and I have started a Facebook Page (link in bio) as our Facebook profiles are kept private. It will be a place for us to share some articles and longer insights that are better in the Facebook forum than here on instagram. You may also notice that we now have a joint email: firstname.lastname@example.org for any communications directed at both of us. Hope you are all having a fantastic weekend 😙 #miff #couplegoals #makinglifeeasier
Tiffany explained the photos were taken back in August and the girls were making spaghetti when suddenly things 'snowballed.'
"A discussion about lady and the tramp, a bottle of wine and a removal of clothes later and voila our infamous spaghetti party photos were taken," she wrote.
Fans were quick to flood Tiff's Instagram with questions - the most popular being - who took the photo!? The former Bachelor star responded, "self timer.' Clever!
When asked to confirm who had told her to remove the picture she responded; "Thou shall not be named, but they're in the business of selling love stories to mass audience."
She also admitted in another comment to a fan that she was concerned about being sued if she left the picture up.
We can't wait until more Bachie contestants speak out! Please be Keira next...