Last month, Andi Dorfman blasted The Bachelor as "the stupidest thing I've ever been a part of."
Now, the former contestant is going on record describing just how stupid - and toxic - her time on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette really was.
And wait till you hear what she says about the dudes she dated.
In her new tell-all book It's Not Okay, she dishes all about her experiences on the shows, and it gets good.
She says the BS started from the initial casting call, which took place in a bar.
"Flash after flash, I stood stoically as I posed by for my 'mug shot' before finally I was allowed to pass Go, collect $200, and enter the bar," she wrote.
"Look to your right – those girls slamming shots are the 'party' girls and are already sloshed. To your left is the 'pretty prissy girls' conversing with each other."
She was then given 72 hours to complete 50 pages of forms, in which she was required to disclose everything from her dating history to her tax records.
Eventually she was selected and appeared on The Bachelor vying for the final rose of notorious d-bag Juan Pablo Galavis, conversations with whom she described as "dull."
"Unfortunately, he also had the a**hole gene and in my opinion was one of the more narcissistic humans I had ever met," she said of Juan Pablo.
"Narcissistic and ungrateful," she continued. "He was honest to the point of offensive, entitled to the point of elitism and pompous to the point of disgust."
She also revealed what happened on her date with him in the fantasy suite, and what prompted her to ditch him shortly thereafter.
"He blasted Ray Jay and R. Kelly all night long and showed me dozens of videos of his old soccer highlights on YouTube," she said.
"All there was was the realization that I was nothing more than a pretty object he had no intentions of liking, let alone loving, and thus no amount of free travel was enticing enough to stay any longer."
Oh, but she wasn't finished.
Dorfman also had a few choice words about The Bachelorette runner-up, Nick Viall.
During their evening in the fantasy suite, Nick asked her if she'd rather "make love or f**k," before admitting his own preference.
"Well, If I had four times, I'd like to f**k the first three times and make love the fourth," he told her.
Although Dorman referred to it as "ladyboner killing."
I like this woman. But I doubt ABC feels the same.