Yesterday, the Bachelor in Paradise star took to social media to post an email he claims is from attorney Justin Apple. In the said email, Jordan Kimball is accused of being the one to fabricate the cheating text messages supposedly between his former fiancée Jenna Cooper and another guy.
Furthermore, he is required to either apologize publicly or have legal action taken against him.
But the man denied he had anything to do with it and is just ‘trying to live [his] life.’
In an interview with ET, he stated: ‘I am trying to live my life and move on. I am a victim in this.’
‘I absolutely, 100 percent did not fabricate those text messages. I will put my hand on the Bible for that,’ Jordan went on to say.
‘I was totally blindsided by this. When I got the email, I called Mr. Apple, left him a voicemail. Then, we talked on the phone and he started shouting at me. In my mind, that is not OK. I ended the phone call and after, his associate, Bill Young, called me a few times within 10 minutes. At this point, I’ve nothing to say to them. They are asking me for all of the communication I have had with Reality Steve. I’d have no problem with that coming to light; I had never even spoken to Reality Steve until that evening that all these texts came out. The way they are portraying this situation does not add up for me. I am not gaining anything from it.’
The texts in question were first shared by Reality Steve last month, and ever since then, Jordan has denied any involvement.
Meanwhile, Jenna has been insisting that she never cheated and therefore never texted anything like that to another man.
That being said, she’s concluded it must be that someone wanted to break them up and faked the conversation.
Finally, Jordan made it very clear that he wants to take legal action against the lawyer for his conduct as soon as this upcoming Monday!