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Ciarran Stott slams BIP co-star Matt Whyatt and vows to NEVER appear on franchise again - ReadSector

Ciarran Stott slams BIP co-star Matt Whyatt and vows to NEVER appear on franchise again

Bachelor In Paradise star Ciarran Stott has slammed co-star Matt Whyatt while calling out the ‘hypocrisy’ of his actions on-and-off screen.

Ciarran said while he has ‘owned up’ to his behaviour on the show, he believes Matt was ‘hypocritical’ to shame him, given reports Matt had also romanced multiple women in short succession since leaving Paradise.

‘You can’t do one thing on TV and act the opposite off screen. That’s hypocritical,’ Ciarran said in a series of Instagram Stories on Tuesday.

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'You can't do one thing on TV and act the opposite off screen': Bachelor In Paradise star Ciarran Stott has slammed co-star Matt Whyatt (pictured) while calling out the 'hypocrisy' of his actions on-and-off screen

‘I just want to call out the hypocrisy’: Bachelor In Paradise star Ciarran Stott (left) has slammed co-star Matt Whyatt (right) and vowed to NEVER appear on the Bachelor franchise again

Ciarran romances three ladies in succession on Bachelor In Paradise; Abbie Chatfield, then Jessica Brody, and finally Kiki Morris.  

‘I own my actions and how they were portrayed on the show. I just want to call out the hypocrisy shown by Matt during and after the show. Matt came on with the full intention of getting with Renee [Ciarran’s ex] and calling to light all my past indiscretions in front of the camera. 

‘However, when the show has stopped filming he goes and gets with different girls and wants to say that he is a genuine guy because he got a great edit on the show.’ 

Ciarran then directed people to listen to single mother Cheyenne O’Leary ‘spill the tea’ on her 2019 fling with Matt on the So Dramatic podcast

'I own my actions': Ciarran claimed he 'copped heat' for romancing different women in succession, and said it appeared Matt was being 'hypocritical' given recent reports

‘I own my actions’: Ciarran claimed he ‘copped heat’ for romancing different women in succession, and said it appeared Matt was being ‘hypocritical’ given recent reports 

Interesting: Ciarran pointed people to listen to single mother Cheyenne O'Leary 'spill the tea' on her 2019 fling with Matt on the So Dramatic podcast

Interesting: Ciarran pointed people to listen to single mother Cheyenne O’Leary ‘spill the tea’ on her 2019 fling with Matt on the So Dramatic podcast 

'I am the genuine guy you saw on TV': Matt has strongly denied cheating on his ex-girlfriend Renee Barrett (left), saying he may 'suck at relationships' but he didn't betray her trust

‘I am the genuine guy you saw on TV’: Matt has strongly denied cheating on his ex-girlfriend Renee Barrett (left), saying he may ‘suck at relationships’ but he didn’t betray her trust

Matt has strongly denied cheating on his ex-girlfriend Renee Barrett, saying he may ‘suck at relationships’ but he didn’t betray her trust.

In a lengthy Instagram post on Monday, the 28-year-old professional BMX rider insisted that he did not start dating single mother Cheyenne – whom he has since split from – until after he’d ended things with Renee in late December.

He added that he meant every word he said to Renee, 26, during the season finale, and dismissed the people accusing him of infidelity as fame-hungry wannabes. 

Setting the record straight: Bachelor in Paradise's Matt Whyatt has denied cheating on his ex-girlfriend Renee Barrett, saying he may 'suck at relationships' but he didn't betray her trust

Setting the record straight: Bachelor in Paradise’s Matt Whyatt has denied cheating on his ex-girlfriend Renee Barrett, saying he may ‘suck at relationships’ but he didn’t betray her trust

Clarification: In a lengthy Instagram post on Monday, the 28-year-old professional BMX rider insisted that he did not start dating single mother Cheyenne O'Leary - whom he has since split from - until after he'd ended things with Renee (pictured) in late December

Clarification: In a lengthy Instagram post on Monday, the 28-year-old professional BMX rider insisted that he did not start dating single mother Cheyenne O’Leary – whom he has since split from – until after he’d ended things with Renee (pictured) in late December

‘This guy you see on your TV is 100 per cent me. I can’t believe I’m having to defend myself against some click-bait media and people wanting their five minutes of fame, because we finished a show and we are their free ride to self promotion,’ Matt said. 

He continued: ‘I did not kiss, sleep with or have any relationship with anyone while I was still with Renee or while I’ve been with any other girl for that matter… I am the genuine guy you saw on your TV screen.’ 

It comes after Renee revealed on the So Dramatic! podcast on Sunday that Matt had brutally dumped her via text message in late December – just weeks after they left Fiji as a couple to pursue a long-distance relationship. 

Her version: It comes after Renee revealed on the So Dramatic! podcast on Sunday that Matt had brutally dumped her via text message in late December - just weeks after they left Fiji as a couple to pursue a long-distance relationship

Her version: It comes after Renee revealed on the So Dramatic! podcast on Sunday that Matt had brutally dumped her via text message in late December – just weeks after they left Fiji as a couple to pursue a long-distance relationship

New flame: Renee also alleged that within days of dumping her, Matt had already moved on with single mother Cheyenne O'Leary (pictured)

New flame: Renee also alleged that within days of dumping her, Matt had already moved on with single mother Cheyenne O’Leary (pictured) 

Moving on: Matt apparently pulled a similar move when when he split from Cheyenne and began dating his current girlfriend, Love Island star Kim Hartnett (pictured)

Moving on: Matt apparently pulled a similar move when when he split from Cheyenne and began dating his current girlfriend, Love Island star Kim Hartnett (pictured)

Ciarran later addressed fans in a video: ‘To everyone who thinks I am deflecting the drama away from me [and onto Matt], I’m definitely not. If I was doing that I would have been doing that the whole time the show was on. I didn’t, I stayed quiet.

‘I’ve done my interviews. I owned up to everything, I didn’t blame anyone or anything else. I took full responsibility. I am just simply shedding a bit of light on a similar story to what I copped the heat for,’ he said.

Ciarran later dramatically revealed he was ‘done’ with Channel 10: ‘That’s it for me. I’m off the show, I’m finally putting that behind me. I’m done with this whole bachelor franchise s**t.’ 

'I'm done with this whole bachelor franchise s**t': Ciarran has vowed to never appear on another Bachelor series after his unsuccessful run on Bachelor In Paradise

‘I’m done with this whole bachelor franchise s**t’: Ciarran has vowed to never appear on another Bachelor series after his unsuccessful run on Bachelor In Paradise