Kelley Flanagan is described as “calculated” and “disingenuous” by Peter Weber. She was attempting to get a headline.

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Kelley Flanagan is described as “calculated” and “disingenuous” by Peter Weber. She was attempting to get a headline.

With the Kelley Flanagan breakup, Peter Weber is telling his side of the story. After dating for the majority of the year during the coronavirus pandemic, the two broke up at the end of 2020. Despite the fact that they met before he became the host of The Bachelor, she competed for a relationship with him on his season. In the end of the show, Weber chose Hannah Ann Sluss before breaking up with her to be with Madison Prewett. Weber and Prewett didn’t work out either, so he rekindled his relationship with Flanagan. Now, however, they’re both speaking out about the truth behind their breakup.

After her breakup with Peter Weber, Kelley Flanagan started a podcast.

On May 22, Flanagan discussed her relationship with Weber on the Chicks in the Office podcast. She talked about how his interests, such as Pokémon cards, video games, and partying, didn’t always align with hers.

Flanagan claimed, “I feel like I was putting in a lot of effort to try and make things work, and I don’t necessarily think it was reciprocated.” “So I started stomping harder on the ground. ‘I’m not going to deal with this,’ I said. ‘I’m not going to put up with this.’ I gave it my all.”

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Weber fired back at Flanagan’s comments by speaking out on his podcast with roommate Dustin Kendrick, Bachelors In The City. In the episode titled, “Peter’s Side of the Story,” Weber accused Flanagan of being “calculated” and “disingenuous” for going on the podcast and speaking about their relationship.

“Kelley was the best relationship that I have ever had in my life and could not be more grateful for… This story is a short summary. Hope you enjoyed.

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