CLAYTON Echard slammed a TikTok user who claimed he CHEATED on Susie Evans with her, calling it “embarrassing.”
He took to Instagram to show grabs of his cell phone after she alleged they “hooked up” 星期五.
A TikTok user named Sasha went semi-viral on Saturday with some vehement claims about the night before.
She claimed to have “met” Clayton, 28, at a bar who told her he was “just on” 单身汉, though she said she hadn’t watched the show.
“I should have googled him man, so I ended up going back with him” she claimed in the wild 3-minute video.
“He approached me, he was flirting with me. … He was very adamant about being quiet right when we were, 你懂” 和 “made it clear” 她 “couldn’t stay over,” she alleged.
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The user then claimed she “DMed” Susie Evans, 和 “never wanted to be caught in the middle of this.”
“I took a photo of the Uber that he called for me and it has the address,” Sasha added though noting she didn’t have any photographic evidence otherwise of the alleged hook-up.
The user captioned her video: “um so i think i just ended the bachelor’s marriage last night (i had no idea).”
Both Clayton and Susie, WHO won his tear-filled season in the end – chose to respond.
Clayton shared three Instagram Stories on Saturday after the bombshell video was posted, slamming them and taking out his phone.
He captioned the first one: “People that make these false allegations should be held accountable.
Trying to gain clout by ruining a relationship is embarrassing and extremely immature.”
The ABC star then filmed himself as he sat on his couch in a tee and shorts with his screen open.
“Let’s just make this as easy as possible,” he began.
CLAYTON SHOWS HIS PHONE
“Coming to my system preferences … significant locations – I was at Mountainside Fitness last night, 四月 8, 7:07 到 8:12” he said on-screen, showing his phone and an Arizona gym.
Clayton continued to address the video head-on, with his screen showing “160” locations in the past two months.
He also turned to his brother Nate Echard and asked: “Have I not been with you the last two days?” who responded, “Yeah you have been.”
One contestant on Season 26 – the show’s most recent – Teddi Wright claimed one of Clayton’s brothers “DMed her” on the Women’s Tell All.
CLAYTON SLAMS ‘SASHA’
The star then dug his heels into his stance and shared DMs between him and the TikToker that took place on Instagram.
Showing his screen in his second Instagram Story, they had messaged.
Sasha wrote: “Your proof isn’t proof lmao.”
Clayton showed he responded: “Good luck Sasha, hope you learned a valuable lesson through this. Not all publicity is good publicity.”
He then messaged her: “You said you met me in NY at 2am correct?”
The TikToker responded: “是的. Penny Farthing” – a bar located in lower Manhattan.
“Ok well my video shows I was at an AZ gym at 8 pm MT,” Clayton responded.
He continued dropping time codes in his messages and said it “disproves” that they met at “2 a.m.”
“Even if I hopped on a private jet I wouldn’t make it until 3:30 am EST,” he wrote to her.
He captioned the exchange which he shared to his 300K followers: “Someone take her phone. She keeps digging this hole.”
CLAYTON’S DEFENSE TEAM
季节 18 alum Brandon Jones shared his own Instagram Story, calling out “clout chasers” per US WEEKLY.
And Bachelor in Paradise alum Noah Erb wrote in his own Story: “Poor girl needs to be told she was catfished.”
Susie also shared a TikTok response, sharing screengrabs with Clayton’s name in her phone “Mox Herald”:
“Unless he has a spaceship I don’t think he could get there be 2 [a.m.],” 她说.
“But there’s more, I Facetimed him this morning [周六, April 10th].
“He was in the car with his brother on the way to the gym to play basketball.”
She also claimed the alleged photo of his phone she “was sent” had a different case on it.
“Also that just looks like a dusty crusty thumb and Clayton has nice hands” 她开玩笑说.
One user defended on what seems like the social media puzzle piece for now: “We all knew Clayton was a kind soul who LOVES U!!!”
另一个写道: “I’m more interested in the ‘Mox Harold’ contact name.”
A third simply wrote: “I don’t even know what’s going on.”