‘BIP’: Blake Horstmann Says Caelynn Miller-Keyes Never Apologized, How He Really Feels About Her Now

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Blake Horstmann and Caelynn Miller-Keyes had been concerned in some main drama on the sixth season of Bachelor in Paradise. Miller-Keyes accused Horstmann of constructing her really feel like a “dirty secret,” and Horstmann accused his co-star of trying to tug his popularity via the mud. A fan lately requested The Bachelorette alum if Miller-Keyes ever apologized and he shared his ideas on what occurred between them and the way he thinks of her now.

Blake Horstmann on 'Bachelor in Paradise'
Blake Horstmann on ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ | John Fleenor/ABC through Getty Images

The Blake and Caelynn drama on ‘Bachelor in Paradise’

After Miller-Keyes arrived in Mexico, she made it clear that she and Horstmann had some sort of relationship previous to filming that summer season. She mentioned they spoke usually and even thought-about formally getting collectively and skipping out on Paradise. But when Miller-Keyes hit the seaside she felt Horstmann hardly acknowledged her.

When the episodes aired that shared Miller-Keyes’ ideas on the state of affairs, Horstmann took to Instagram to share his aspect and likewise to share a textual content dialog he’d had with Miller-Keyes. Needless to say, issues turned ugly in real-time fairly rapidly.

“Caelynn and I were NEVER in a relationship,” Horstmann posted on Instagram. “I NEVER ghosted Caelynn, I NEVER called her a mistake and I absolutely NEVER EVER EVER silenced Caelynn. I never expected to have to do something like this, but after finally seeing the episodes I feel like I have no other choice but to release the text exchanges between her and myself.”

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A day later, Miller-Keyes posted her aspect of the story.

“The reality of the situation is that Blake was not a one night stand at a music festival and the ‪5 am‬ text exchange that Blake chose to share is not an accurate representation of our past relationship,” the truth star wrote on Instagram. “I take ownership for what I said on the beach. I was upset and I let my emotions control my words. However, I did not go on a show to ruin someone’s character. I attempted to address my feelings and the situation with Blake face to face. It’s unfortunate that I didn’t get the same respect in return, and I am absolutely mortified our private texts were put out there for the world to see and judge by someone who I trusted and consider a friend nonetheless.”

What Blake thinks of the ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ drama with Caelynn today

Horstmann and Miller-Keyes’ season of Bachelor in Paradise aired a yr in the past. There’s positively been ample time for the mud to settle and each events to replicate on what occurred.

Horstmann did a Q&A along with his Instagram following on Aug. 18, and one fan requested if Miller-Keyes ever apologized.

“No,” he responded. “I used to think an apology from certain people would make me happier or I could move on, but if you are depending on others to make yourself happy you will never be truly happy.”

“What Caelynn did was sh*tty, but she isn’t a sh*tty person. I have done sh*tty things and I’m not a sh*tty person,” Horstmann continued.

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Here we go… I’m not right here to disclaim these textual content messages or the conversations that passed off. Things received taken out of context on the present, and a big a part of the story is lacking. The actuality of the state of affairs is that Blake was not a one evening stand at a music pageant and the ‪5 am‬ textual content change that Blake selected to share is just not an correct illustration of our previous relationship. I take possession for what I mentioned on the seaside. I used to be upset and I let my feelings management my phrases. However, I didn’t go on a present to spoil somebody’s character. I tried to handle my emotions and the state of affairs with Blake head to head. It’s unlucky that I did not get the identical respect in return, and I’m completely mortified our non-public texts had been put on the market for the world to see and decide by somebody who I trusted and take into account a friend nonetheless. It’s clear to me that Blake and I had completely different concepts of what our “relationship” was. We began speaking months earlier than Stagecoach. We FaceTimed on a regular basis and talked about probably skipping paradise to be collectively. When I say he ghosted me, it was after these few months of us speaking.  It was my understanding there was nobody else and I believed we had been on the identical web page. What infuriates me essentially the most is that I’m being trolled for having intercourse due to what I’ve been via. I need to be very clear that I’m not in search of sympathy. I took the mandatory steps to maneuver on and heal, however I can’t be abstinent for the remainder of my life due to it. This is a sophisticated state of affairs contemplating it’s not solely on TV, however has taken a lifetime of its personal on the web.  This might’ve been over after final evening’s episode, however because it’s now throughout Instagram, I felt prefer it was crucial to share my reality. We all have our personal notion of how completely different conditions unfold and there are various sides to this story. I hope that we will all transfer ahead and help each other, relatively than tear one another down. I’ve moved on and I’m excited to proceed to share the remainder of my journey with you all.

A post shared by Caelynn Miller-Keyes (@caelynnmillerkeyes) on Aug 7, 2019 at 6:42pm PDT

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Furthermore, Horstmann is aware of a factor or two in regards to the stress BIP contestants are below whereas filming, and the way that stress can have an effect on one’s habits.  

“No one is perfect especially in front of cameras with lack of sleep, alcohol, and while being lied to and manipulated,” he wrote.

The actuality star went on to induce his following to chorus from judging Bachelor contestants simply by what they see on TV.

“Trust me your fav BN person is not nearly as good a person as you think and the person you hate most isn’t nearly as bad as you think,” he wrote. “Everyone is somewhere in between… JUST LIKE YOU.”

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