“He texted me numerous times he wanted to leave midway through filming because he still had feelings for me after we saw each other for [the] first time since our breakup at the reunion show taping,” she noted, adding that she “encouraged him to continue filming.”
And when production for Perfect Match had wrapped, Natalie said she met up with Shayne but “ultimately told him we shouldn’t reconcile.”
She also accused Shayne of lying during his tell-all interview on The Viall Files podcast in March, saying that “any type of friendship we had fell apart as a result.”
E! News reached out to Shayne for comment but has not heard back, though the realtor seemingly responded to Natalie’s allegations on his Instagram Stories.
“Obviously with the new show coming out I figured ‘someone’ would try to once again destroy my character for personal gain,” he wrote, per a screenshot published by People. “I have tried to move on numerous times but this keeps resurfacing and I have boundaries.”