Wait, did The Bachelorette star JoJo Fletcher cheat on Jordan Rodgers? This question was posed on the Internet last week.
But an ex-girlfriend of Rodgers, The Bachelorette's final rose recipient, says we really need to flip that scenario around.
Because Rodgers is the one who is a total cheater and liar, says Brittany Farrar, who continues to troll the reality star.
Farrar, who has blasted Rodgers in the past as he rose to stardom on the ABC reality show, took to Instagram Thursday.
This time, she came at the former benchwarmer armed with a video showing a purchase order for a large bouquet of roses.
Based on the affiliated caption, those flowers were allegedly purchased by Rodgers for "the girl he cheated on me with in Louisiana."
Farrar later deleted the footage, but reposted it Friday morning.
According to Farrar, Rodgers met this mistress while filming a scene in Pitch Perfect 2, in which he made a brief appearance.
The scene in question is posted below in GIF form, partly because it's relevant to this discussion, but mostly because it's hilarious.
Brittany joked in posing the video:
"He was deep in the background pretending to be one of the Green Bay Packers- the closest he’s ever been to making an NFL team."
That is pretty funny, as must admit.
The message that appears on the receipt, which was to be delivered along with the flowers, appears to read:
"Happy Birthday to my Favorite Bella."
"Miss you. Can't Wait to To See That Beautiful Smile Again. From, Your Favorite Football Player Wanna Be Actor."
It’s worth noting at this point that Farrar is best friends with Olivia Munn, who is dating Jordan’s famous brother, Aaron Rodgers.
Farrar first slammed Rodgers after this season’s Bachelorette premiere aired, writing at the time:
"Riding the bench doesn’t get in the way of a relationship, but cheating does."
She added the pretty amazing hashtags “#tuneinnextweekformoreBS” and “#alwayswantedtobefamous.”
Wrote Farrar last night:
"After our breakup, I was surprised to find out what a prolific liar and cheater #JordanRodgers was during our entire 3 1/2 year-relationship.
"But what has surprised me even more is how he has carelessly bashed and lied about me in public. I guess he thought I wouldn't stand up for myself. #HeWasWrong."
Farrar says she's only speaking out like this because Jordan started it.
"With the power of a press tour, his lies reached our hometown and my family and friends are now constantly approached by mutual acquaintances," she wrote.
"After weeks of this, I started wondering why I feel like I'm the one who should be silent when he was the one who jumped on a reality show hoping to catch fame as a last ditch attempt to make something of himself.
"His choice has become other people's consequences."
"So if I don't have a choice in whether people back home are talking about me, then I might as well have my voice in this."
You can read Farrar's full post above, but she continues:
"Unlike Jordan, I'm not going to sell stories to magazines."
"Instead I'm posting right here," she said, and her motivation is simple: "Because to me truth is not about fame - I don't want it."
"And it's not about money," she insists of why she's going after him so hard, because, "I can afford to leave some chia behind."
"All I want is the same thing that anyone else who's been wronged would want: the chance to share the truth."
Here is a photo of Farrar and Munn, with whom she is still reportedly tight, seemingly enjoying a pair of cocktails:
Rodgers, who is engaged to Fletcher and who seems to be very happy with her, has denied all cheating allegations.
He is not on speaking terms with Aaron Rodgers.
Whatever happened between them remains unclear, but it sounds like we'll be hearing more from Farrar in the near future.
Brittany has vowed to show "some of the proof" that she claims Jordan had hidden, "probably because it doesn't fit into the new character he's created."
As if this Insta-takedown weren't sufficient, she teased a "two-part post" where she would be "laying out all out" for fans to see.
Again, if you're Brittany, why go down this path?
"Because I don't want to do this again," she wrote.
"Unlike Jordan, I'm not desperate to stay in the spotlight."