Forget He Said/She Said.
Jenna Cooper finds herself at the center of an unusual He Said/She Said/He Also Said Situatiion.
And it's turning uglier by the second.
Earlier this week, Cooper got engaged to Jordan Kimball on national television, as the latter proposed to the former on the season finale of Bachelor in Paradise.
HOWEVER, right around the time viewers were drying their tears from witnessing this event, Reality Steve (who is never wrong about his Bachelor spoilers, not ever) was sharing multiple text messages allegedly sent from Jenna to the man with whom she's been sleeping all summer.
These text messages included a description of what Cooper wanted to do to her boyfriend's penis with her mouth, as well as an admission from Cooper that her romance with Kimball was fake.
They're pretty damning (and graphic), aren't they?
Despite this apparent evidence, Jenna swears she never cheated on Jordan.
“I want to start by saying those texts were completely fabricated, and I never sent them to anyone. I did not cheat on Jordan, and I have nothing to hide,” Cooper wrote yesterday on Instagram.
"I have been extremely open and vulnerable throughout this whole process. I was looking for love, and I found it. I was excited to share this journey with all of you.
"I am hurt by these fake texts, and that anyone would believe this story so quickly without proof."
The thing is, Jordan believes them -- and his opinion, one would think, is all that should matter to Jenna.
"It is extremely hard to talk about, but when I read these texts, I can hear her voice saying it," Kimball said on Reality Steve's podcast last night, adding:
"The structure of the speaking and the facts this gentlemen has about her...it's scary. It gives me chills."
Cooper and Kimball were planning to get married on June 9, 2018 and they had asked Chris Harrison to officiate their nuptials.
Sources have also said they were hoping to tie the knot in front of ABC cameras.
But this will not be happening anymore, despite Jenna's denials and statements.
"I have an attorney helping me investigate this hurtful and fraudulent attack on my character," she also wrote on Instagram. "We are evaluating all legal remedies available to punish those responsible."
We somehow doubt Reality Steve is very concerned.
Kimball says he has spoken with Cooper about the text messages and that discussion just made him "sicker" than he had been before their chat.
"It's looking like I got played," he told Reality Steve. "Once you get played the last thing you want to do is get fooled as well."
At least Jordan has most residents of Bachelor Nation on his side.
"Love you Bro," wrote Colton Underwood to Jordan in response to the scandal.
"Can't imagine what you're going through, sending our love your way, Jordan," wrote Jade Roper.
"You are a shining star, Jordan!!! We all love you a ton. You are strong and brave and honest, and you deserve a woman who will see that," added Bekah Martinez.
"Hey, you're welcome to appear on Bachelor in Paradise Season 6 to help us milk this story and garner huge ratings," announced ABC producers, probably.