Yesterday, Bachelor blogger turned anti-ABC crusader Reality Steve took to his blog to tell a different story, revealing that the contestant in question is single mother/model/make-up artist
RadarOnline spoke to Rozlyn today, and while her contract with ABC likely kept her from spilling too many details about her time on the show, one statement came out crystal clear: "No, I did not have a sexual relationship with a producer on the show."
"What they mean by inappropriate relationship is not what inappropriate relationship means in the real world," said Papa.
"I had a relationship with someone on the show that didn't benefit them [the network and senior producers]."
She clarified the nature of her relationship with the since-fired producer: "We remained really close but we are not dating now."
Echoing The Bachelorette's Wes Hayden (remember last season's "villain" who claimed he was the victim of a bad edit?), Papa blames the show's producers for the way she was (and will be, come Monday night) inaccurately portrayed on the program:
"This is a TV show and it's made for entertainment, but it is a far cry from reality. I know that things on television weren't always as they seemed, but I had no idea the extent of the show manipulation."
Harrison revealed in his blog that the "inappropriate" contestant would be asked to leave the show. Despite a tarnished reputation on national TV, Papa denied making any bad decisions and told RadarOnline, "I am going to hold my head high, I do not regret anything that happened."