We don't mean just a run-of-the-mill cheater, either.
Victoria Fuller, according to numerous people in her orbit, has been scandalously involved with married men, plural, more than a few times in her young life. Married men she knows, no less.
Like, her friends' husbands and s--t. Super weird.
Fuller says she's no villain, though, and is hitting back at the rumors that she poaches friends' boyfriends and husbands.
"I’d like to start off by saying thank you to all of my family & friends for the overwhelming support," Victoria said on Instagram.
"Even to the strangers who have reached out to show me kindness," she captioned the above photo with her dog.
"The RUMORS you are hearing are FALSE," Victoria assures her followers and anyone else who might be reading.
"There will be a time & place where I can defend myself," she reveals, adding, "but for now I choose to wait."
"HOWEVER, bullying is NOT ok. Nor is it fair."
"Especially when casting judgement and basing opinions upon pure speculation, assumptions, & LIES," Victoria argues.
Clearly, she is referring to numerous allegations that she seems to target friends' significant others to have affairs with.
"With that being said—" Victoria writes, changing gears.
"On my best days & especially on my worst days I look to a friend. The best friend I’ve ever had in my life."
"He does not judge me for what I look like," Victoria observes. "He does not throw stones when I am down."
"He makes me smile when I am mad," she adds, referring to her canine BFF. "Licks my tears when I am sad."
It took six whole sentences into her description for us to be sure that she meant her dog, not her religious beliefs.
"Lays on my chest when my anxiety is through the roof," Victoria's description continues of her pet, not her God.
Honestly sounds like the best kind of weighted blanket.
"And paws my face when I can’t get out of bed some days," she writes, "to tell me, ‘Hey! I’m here. You’re enough."
"Remember that.’ That friend is my Black Lab, Buxton."
"I’m so proud to say that my boy is in training to become a #therapydog."
Well, that's wonderful.
"Buxton has served as my personal service dog for over a year now, but his new role will be a little different," she adds.
"As a therapy dog Buxton will be providing comfort to children in hospitals, affection to elderly in retirement homes."
"love to those who may be having a hard time at school, & others who maybe just need a hug!"
"Life will throw you curveballs," Victoria readily acknowledges.
She notes: "but sometimes all you need is some love & loyalty from a 4 legged friend willing to catch those curveballs for you."
"We may not always know the WHY," Victoria acknowledges. "But we can rely on the fact that there is a reason."
This is where she gets into the religion part. No face-licking here.
"A reason to keep pushing forward wherever we may be in life," Victoria writes. "A reason that is a lot bigger than us."
"I trust that God & the Universe are showing me the way," she expresses.
Victoria concludes: "& just remember.. we all have a story."
That's great and all, but we will be very interested to hear her defense against the allegations against her come 2020.
There's no doubt that 1. she will make it very far on Peter Weber's season of The Bachelor, and 2. some of her friends REALLY hate her.