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VIDEO: Courtney Robertson writes Bachelor tell-all

Do you want the dirt on The Bachelor? Courtney Robertson is ready to spill the beans in her new tell-all book.

Courtney Robertson was a controversial, yet memorable, contestant on Season 16 of The Bachelor. She temporarily won Ben Flajnik’s heart before they broke up in 2012 like most of the couples do.

She’s capitalizing on her 15 minutes of fame by writing a tell-all book called I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain. The book will be released on June 24.

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Robertson told that the book is “super-dishy.” It reportedly reveals the details behind Flajnik’s alleged affair to how he rates in the bedroom. The reality show star even gives up what happened during her fling with Bachelorette Season 8 finalist Arie Luyendyk Jr.

If that wasn’t enough, her skinny-dipping moment on the show wasn’t just skinny-dipping, it was naughtier than that. The juicy book is sure to have a few former contestants squirming a bit.

Robertson told Wetpaint Entertainment, “It’s my baby. It took months to write it and I poured my heart and soul into it.”

The reality show villain is rumored to be joining the Bachelor summer spin-off, Bachelor in Paradise. The show is going to put the cast on an island in hopes that they will spark a real romance between some of the contestants.

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She confirmed to E! News in early April, “Yes, I’m in talks. I’m really excited about the prospect. Who doesn’t love paradise?”

Other possible cast members include Luyendyk, Chris Bukowski, Kalon McMahon, Kelly Travis, Jef Holm and fan favorite Michelle Money.

It sounds like it’s going to be a gossipy summer for The Bachelor franchise.

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