Corinne Olympios has been turning heads for a few weeks now on The Bachelor, but for all the wrong reasons.
The 25-year-old has been doing practically anything to get in front of the cameras to make a play for Nick Viall's heart, paving the way for her to be branded the villain of the season.
However, her mother is not impressed in the slightest with that assessment of her daughter and took to TMZ to voice her concerns about the way her daughter is blatantly being used for ratings.
It's reality TV, so it comes as no shock that participants are edited a certain way to create a story.
That's happened for many years and it makes for exciting TV, so that's never going to change.
Peri Olympios has admitted that her daughter was happy to take on the role of the villain because she felt that viewers only remember "the winner and the villain."
Peri even went as far as saying that her daughter took it too far.
“Uh, yes, she took it to the limits. Most of it is fake.”
Peri even revealed that her daughter was not showing off her breasts to Nick when she took her top off in the pool.
Yeah, spraying whipped cream on her cleavage for Nick was kind of a like drawing a line and jumping over it.
"Reality TV and TV is very fake and you have no idea what they cut out."
Peri also opened up about fans of the series calling her home to chat about Corinne.
"If you feel the need to call me, you will be getting, um, written reports eventually. I'm waiting for them all to be collected in at the end of the season."
She made it clear that she would happily take the numbers to the police.
"Believe me, I have every one of your phone numbers and know where you're calling from... and so will the police."
If you watch The Bachelor online, you're probably wondering whether Corinne has any limits.
Her actions have been pretty hilarious, but also embarrassing.
She comes across as an entitled jerk with a nanny.
One fan even felt the need to create a Go Fund Me page to raise enough money to save the nanny from Corinne's clutches.
Corinne was completely blindsided by this and took to social media to reveal that her nanny was not in peril and that she had been part of the family for many, many years.
In a recent clip for the series, Nick took the girls to visit his family and they were tasked with shoveling cow manure, but Corinne disappeared to get sushi.
Clearly, she thought she was above the rest of the girls and did not need to do it.
We never got to see Nick confronting her, but he voiced his concerns to the other girls, so we have that to look forward to on tomorrow night's episode.
There are some people who play a villain terribly, but Corinne is just doing everything so flawlessly that she deserves some recognition for it.
Her mother stepping in was probably a result of her daughter looking like trash on TV. Parents are supposed to defend their children, after all.
If you want to know just how far Corinne makes it on the show, be sure to keep up to speed with The Bachelor spoilers.
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