Peter Weber is garnering a lot of attention at the moment for having f--ked Hannah Brown four times inside of a windmill a few months ago.
Yes, FOUR TIMES, Hannah admitted on the latest episode of The Bachelorette.
But Weber has also garnered a lot of attention of late for allegedly f--king over his ex-girlfriend in a very cruel manner, just so he could go on this reality show and try to make a name for himself.
For those unfamiliar with this story, a quick refresher:
Model Calee Lutes told Entertainment Tonight two weeks ago that she was in a serious relationship with Weber for six months, from the midpoint of late year toward the end.
She claims the two had been talking about moving in together ... when Weber abruptly broke things off around Christmas.
“I thought there was another girl, so I looked at his recent followers on Instagram, and noticed that a Bachelorette producer had recently followed him,” she explained to ET.
Lutes added at the time that she had no idea Weber had even applied to be on The Bachelorette until she saw his name and photo released in March by ABC.
“He absolutely betrayed me,” Lutes continued, saying simply:
“He interviewed for a reality dating show while simultaneously planning a future with me. I trusted him entirely and he pulled the rug out from under me.”
Weber didn't address this accusation while speaking to Hannah and Chris Harrison after his elimination on Monday.
But he's finally broken his silence in a talk with People Magazine.
“There was a lot of truth to what she said in her story, but there is also a lot of truth that wasn’t mentioned,” Weber now says, shooting down the main charge that's been leveled at him as follows:
“The show had absolutely nothing to do with me ending that relationship.”
So... why did it come to an end?
Peter actually says he was the one who wanted to be serious with Lutes, y
et his efforts were rebuffed.
“I was very serious in trying to progress that relationship and move it forward,” he tells People, adding:
“And she wasn’t on the same page as me. That being said, I wasn’t going to waste her time or my time. But the casting process and my first interview was months after we broke up."
This is clearly a case of He Said/She Said.
We have no idea when the couple split and/or what their status was at the time Weber applied to be on The Bachelorette.
With Hannah set to husband tonight, however, and Weber likely not wanting to sully his sort of well-known name, it's clear Peter doesn't want to stir up any more controversy.
He wants to come across as fair and understanding, concluding to People:
"It's obvious that I hurt someone that I really did care about. That was never my intention. And for that I'm sorry. Breakups suck!"”