Bachelor In Paradise star, Grant Kemp described in graphic detail how he allegedly walked in on his then-girlfriend Ali Oetjen receiving oral sex from another man in his LA home earlier this year.
And on Monday, The Bachelorette suffered another unfortunate Freudian slip as she discussed dating 18 male suitors during her appearance on Channel Ten’s Have You Been Paying Attention.
The 32-year-old unlucky-in-love starlet, who has been prone to a few gaffes in recent weeks made the slip of the tongue after host, Tom Gleisner quizzed the reality TV regular about signing-up for another dating series.
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‘I was open to everyone!’ The Bachelorette Ali Oetjen (pictured) suffers another unfortunate Freudian slip as she discusses dating 18 male suitors
‘Look I think everyone knows that I love, love and I wasn’t going to pass up this opportunity where I could date 18 bachelors, basically,’ Ali explained.
‘But on that first night when they all stepped out of the car there must of been a couple (suitors) you went…nup,’ Tom asked.
‘No, well I was open to everyone!’ Ali remarked before the panel exploded into fits of laughter.
Seconds later, Nova radio star, Marty Sheargold put his superb comedic timing into motion as he hit the game show buzzer as he said: ‘I was just letting you know I’m here.’
The veteran host also asked Ali whether there’s any chance she will pull a Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins and choose no one in the season finale.
However the blonde star remained tight-lipped on the subject, responding: ‘You’ll just have to wait and see!’
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And in one of the most unfortunate Freudian slips in recent memory, Ali told KIIS FM’s Celeb HQ last month that she wasn’t going to let the scandal ‘eat her up’.
Responding to a question about Grant’s lurid accusations, Ali said: ‘I just have to get over that and be at peace with it, otherwise it’s going to eat me up.’
Meanwhile earlier in the series, Ali made a very risqué comment while enjoying her first one-on-one date of the season with builder, Charlie.
After sharing a beverage with the handsome man indoors, Ali joked she ended the evening with ‘a drink and a stiff man’.
In October, bombshell text messages emerged just hours before Ali’s debut as The Bachelorette which appeared to confirm reports she cheated on Grant in Los Angeles in March this year.
In a series of SMS conversations obtained by Daily Mail Australia, Ali begged Grant for forgiveness and claimed there was ‘no excuse’ for her behaviour, which allegedly involved her engaging in oral sex with a man on Grant’s staircase.
‘I can’t ever walk up those f**king stairs again without thinking of that,’ Grant wrote, to which Ali replied: ‘I wasn’t even functioning, babe. There’s no excuses. And I understand that we’re over but we should talk.’
Grant, who previously appeared on the American Bachelorette franchise, described the alleged cheating incident in graphic detail on Kyle and Jackie O in May.
‘I had left to go and find my friends. I came back inside [my house] and a man was going down on her on my stairs. So I kicked her out that night,’ he said.
Ali has previously described Grant’s accusations as ‘horrible’, but has not denied them. Daily Mail Australia has contacted Network Ten for comment.
The season finale of The Bachelorette begins on Wednesday at 7:30pm on Network Ten