Amanda Stanton Claims This Is the Smoking Gun PDA Pic of Robby Hayes Cheating
Last week, news broke that Robby Hayes and Amanda Stanton's brief romance was over, but what happened?
On Monday's episode of “Bachelor in Paradise,” the two came face-to-face during a sit-down interview with Chris Harrison, who confronted Hayes about cheating allegations. Robby denied the allegations, saying, "That's false. [There] were pictures of me close to a girl but I was not by any means unfaithful.”
Stanton retorted, "The picture did look like y'all were making out... If you're saying you didn't, I believe you. You were there, not me. But it did look like it.”
On the day of the taping, “Extra's” online correspondent Hannah Kahn spoke with Amanda about the cheating allegations. She said, “There was a night when he was supposed to be staying over at my house because we had an Airbnb, but he was in Denver and he ended up missing his flight because he was out at a bar. His phone died. I hear from him the next day. I guess he went to a concert that night and a fan had sent me photos and said that he was making out with another girl the whole night.”
Amanda continued, “He said it didn't happen, but the photos look like a make-out."
After the episode aired, Robby also slammed Amanda while defending himself on Twitter, writing, “At the finale, I felt like I was sitting next to a stranger. I'll never understand why there's such a desperate need to present an 'innocent persona' and resort to allowing allegations that are blatantly untrue be said about me by 'the twins' [Emily and Haley] while one sits back and 'unknowingly' watches these malicious attacks continue against me. That's not the behavior or accountability I expect from someone that 'CLAIMS' they care about me and was open to developing an 'ACTUAL' relationship."
In response to Robby's tweet, Amanda commented, "'A desperate need to present an innocent persona.' - the guy who denies cheating when there is photo proof #beamanalready.” She would go on to post the photo in question, tweeting, “Look what you made me do.”