Victoria Fuller has been a controversial contestant on Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor, and her hometown date did not prove otherwise. It started off on a sweet note, with Victoria and Peter frolicking along the beach and then attending a Hunter Hayes concert in her hometown of Virginia Beach, Virginia, but Victoria F.’s hometown date took a sour turn when Peter’s ex, Merissa Pense, showed up with some choice words for Peter about Victoria’s past.
Merissa, whose face was blurred out during her confrontation with Peter, is also from Virginia Beach, and pulled him aside after the Hunter Hayes concert. "Just be careful, is all I’m going to say," she told him. "I’m from here and I just know what a good guy you are, and I’d hate for any of who you are to be affected by somebody else." Yikes.
She continued, saying she used to be friends with Victoria but "things happened" and they’re not friends anymore. "I don’t think you deserve that," Merissa told Peter. "There’s been many relationships broken up because of her and I don’t think it’s a relationship for you to be in."
When Peter arrived to Victoria’s house, he confronted her about Merissa’s accusations, and Victoria was not happy. "I haven’t broken up any relationships," Victoria told Peter. "What relationships did she say that I broke up?" She called Merissa’s allegations "disappointing," and said she was "disgusted." She told Peter she was tired of all the drama between them, and when he asked her if they could just talk about it, she said he’d already decided that what Merissa told him was "more important" than meeting her family.
Peter told her he wasn’t trying to attack her or accuse her of anything, and asked her if she ever actually fights for anything she really wants. "If it came out that I was taking her side, I’m sorry about that because it’s not what I was doing."
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