It appears Josh Murray has changed his tune a bit. The Bachelor In Paradise alum admitted that some of Andi Dorfman’s accusations are true.
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As recalled, Murray and Dorfman got engaged on the Bachelorette in 2014 and ended their relationship in the following year. After which, she released her tell-all book, It’s Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak Into Happily Never After, wherein she details her tumultuous relationship with her ex-fiancé and how he treated her during the course of their romance.
Dorfman claims that Murray was abusive towards her and he called her a “w—e” and a “b—h” on several occasions. Moreover, she said that her ex is a manipulative person and he even made her feel she was the “worst” person in the world.
Nevertheless, the hunk denied Dorfman’s claims on national TV and insisted that her book is “fictional.” He also posted an image on Instagram, which he captioned with a thinly-veiled message for his ex-fiancé.
“When people try to knock you down in life, remember all God has blessed you with,” Murray wrote. “He knows the truth and that’s all that matters. His plan goes beyond our understanding, but trusting in Him takes care of all worries. God is good!”
Although Josh Murray insisted for the past months that Dorfman’s claims were not true, he told Us Weekly recently that there are some true things written on her ex’s book.
“Yes, there’s a trueness in there,” he admitted. Murray, however, said the story was twisted to show him in a bad light. He further said that he is not a perfect person but insisted he is “decent.”
Josh Murray then went on to say that he is happy now with his new found love, Amanda Stanton. The lovebirds are constantly talking about their future together and expanding their family with the brunette beauty’s daughters: Kinsley, 4, and Charlie, 2.
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