Tayshia Adams Denies Colton Underwoods Claim About Him Sleeping in Sweatpants on Fantasy Suite Date

The former lead of ‘The Bachelorette’ also slams Colton for his ‘rude’ comment in which he says he felt bad for her because he slept in ‘sweatpants and a sweatshirt’ during their Fantasy Suite date.

AceShowbizTayshia Adams has shared her part of the story about her and Colton Underwood‘s Fantasy Suite date on “The Bachelor“. When appearing in the Wednesday, December 15 episode of “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast, the former lead of “The Bachelorette” shut down Colton’s claims about him wearing sweatpants and a sweatshirt during the date.

On the podcast, host Becca Kufrin first told Tayshia, “I don’t know if this was in his book, which I haven’t read, or on his show, which I haven’t seen, but obviously, everyone in Bachelor Nation talks.” Becca added, “He had said, you know, he went in that night with you, kept his sweatpants, sweatshirt on. You guys talked and that was really it and I think he said he, like, felt bad or something.”

In response, the Orange County native stated, “No, Colton Underwood did actually not sleep in sweats and a sweatshirt that night.” She then explained, “He actually slept in boxers that night, because it was so hot in Portugal, and I remember because the door was wide open, and it was raining outside, and we were trying to get air ventilation it was so hot and sticky. So there’s actually no way he would’ve been in sweats and a sweatshirt.”

“I don’t know what you’re trying to cover, and I don’t know why you’re dragging me down for something that’s not even true, like it’s absolutely not true,” the former fiancee of Zac Clark continued, seemingly addressing her message to Colton. “I have no reason – like why the hell would I lie?”

Colton, who came out as gay earlier this year, claimed he wore the outfit so he would not give her wrong impression. “I felt so bad for Tayshia, because I remember that night, I slept in sweatpants and a sweatshirt,” he said on his Netflix series “Coming Out Colton“.

Offended by Colton’s statement, Tayshia argued, “First of all, it’s extremely rude, I mean don’t make me seem like this pity case, like he felt so bad for me.” She added, “Anyway, I’m not the only person you should be feeling bad for – there was other women that were trying to fall in love with you and they were really putting their hearts out on the line. So, if you feel bad for me in that regard? Then, sure.”

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