Ben Flajnik's ex-fiancee Courtney Robertson is spilling all in her new tell-all book, claiming she had sex with The Bachelor star while on the show.
Multiple times. While the cameras were a-rollin'.
In her tome, I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain, she also says Adrien Grenier's penis is huge. So there's that.
Random Entourage conquests aside, Courtney Robertson signed up for The Bachelor in 2012 vowing to treat her relationship with Ben like any other.
That meant jumping at the opportunity to skinny-dip with her suitor in the waters of Puerto Rico, then jumping out of her bikini and into his arms, and ...
The motion in the ocean was strong that night. Just not for very long.
“To answer your question, yes. Ben and I did have sex in the ocean. On-camera,” Robertson reveals, even though no one actually asked her that.
"It was immediate, but it was only for about 20 seconds and, um, it was just the tip," she adds, not explaining if he finished that soon or just pulled out.
When Robertson made it to Fantasy Suite dates, she was surprised to find her producer pals left plenty of rose petals and candles, but no condoms.
Not that it stopped her and Flajnik from having sex. A bunch of times.
Without the cameras on for the first time in their brief courtship, they could really let loose and run it back for rounds two and three of slapping bodies.
Whatever she did to him in there, it clearly paid off at the last ceremony.
"We did every position under the sun, but I believe I sealed the deal when we successfully completed the reverse cowgirl," Courtney writes of that night.
Bottom line? Ben's runner-up Lindzi Cox rode a horse into the first cocktail party. Robertson rode Flajnik sans condom while facing his feet. Game over.
Robertson was given the final rose plus a Neil Lane sparkler as she accepted Flajnik’s proposal in the finale, much to the chagrin of every single viewer.
To the surprise of no one, it didn't last more than a year for the duo.
The raven-haired Robertson was dubbed a “man-eater,” “liar” and “mean girl” by other contestants during her stint on the show, and she'll own that.
At the same time, she estimates that less than one percent of the footage shot ended up airing on ABC, and it was constructed to fit her "villain" persona.
Not that she made it particularly difficult on them ... but still.