"I am not here to deny those text messages or the conversations that took place," Caelynn began in a caption of a photo featuring a tiny red rose emoji. "Things got taken out of context on the show, and a large part of the story is missing. 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."
If you recall, Caelynn and Blake seem to disagree on what went down in their relationship surrounding the event(s) at Stagecoach Music Festival last April, where Blake also reportedly hooked up with "BiP" contestant Kristina Schulman. On the show's Season 6 premiere, Caelynn revealed to host Chris Harrison about her fling with Blake and accused him of ghosting her after they hooked up.
Blake, on the other hand, has claimed he "NEVER" ghosted Caelynn or called her a "mistake," and stated they were "NEVER" a couple.
Continuing in her Instagram message, Caelynn said she takes "ownership" for what she said on the beach and added that she was "upset" and let her "emotions control [her] words."
"However, I did not go on a show to ruin someone's character," she continued. "I attempted to address my feelings and the situation with Blake face to face."
Caelynn then addressed Blake releasing the text messages. "It's unfortunate that I didn't get the same respect in return," she wrote. "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. It's clear to me that Blake and I had different ideas of what our 'relationship' was."
The former beauty pageant contestant then claimed she and Blake "started talking months before Stagecoach" and "FaceTimed everyday." Caelynn also said she and Blake discussed not appearing on the show so they could be together.
"When I say he ghosted me, it was after those few months of us talking," Caelynn added. "It was my understanding there was no one else and I thought we were on the same page. What infuriates me the most is that I'm being trolled for having sex because of what I've been through. I want to be very clear that I am not looking for sympathy. I took the necessary steps to move on and heal, but I will not be abstinent for the rest of my life because of it."
Caelynn, who appeared on Colton Underwood's season of "The Bachelor," said the situation has "taken a life of its own on the internet" in addition to being broadcasted on television.
"This could've been over after last night's episode, but since it's now all over Instagram, I felt like it was imperative to share my truth," she concluded. "We all have our own perception of how different situations unfold and there are many sides to this story. I hope that we can all move forward and support one another, rather than tear each other down. I have moved on and I am excited to continue to share the rest of my journey with you all."
Similar to Blake's revealing post from Tuesday, multiple members of Bachelor Nation commented on Caelynn's Instagram to voice their support.
"Bachelorette" alum Ali Fedotowsky wrote, "Sending you love and strength. No one deserves to go through what both of you are going through online right now," while former star Ashley Iaconetti sent multiple heart emojis.
Another person who had some thoughts about the drama? Host Chris Harrison, who called Blake a "dumpster fire."
"Blake was a dumpster fire," Harrison, 48, told E! News. "Blake himself was an absolute dumpster fire. He was just a car wreck."
Although the term was a reference to contestant Dylan Barbour's commentary on the season, it seemed to perfectly describe Harrison's thoughts about Blake's love triangle.
"I think what everyone in America will be asking is 'What were you thinking when you went to Stagecoach and not only hooked up with two women in two nights, but two women in our franchise, that know each other?'" Harrison said.
When asked if he had any advice for Blake, Harrison joked that he should get a tattoo on his forehead that reads: "What were you thinking?"
"Bachelor in Paradise" airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.