Victoria F.’s ‘Bachelor’ Hometown Date Gets Crashed by a Mystery Woman Ready to Spill the Tea

*Warning: Spoilers ahead*

In spite of Peter Weber and Bachelor contestant Victoria F.’s recurring disagreements and awkward dates, she’s remained in the will-you-accept-this-rose fold all the way to hometowns. But, if the Bachelor season 24, episode eight promo is to be believed (remember, ABC employs some incredible video editors) then it kinda seems like she may not be around for much longer. And thanks to new reports from Entertainment Weekly, we now know her hometown drama with Weber is even more serious than we expected.

Let’s back up: In the episode eight promo, we see an enthusiastic Weber, 28, prepare to meet his four girlfriends’ families (totally normal). But that smile is wiped right off his face when yet another toxic fight erupts between he and Victoria.

While they sit on a set of stairs, the pilot tells Victoria, “I’m just asking for the truth.” She flippantly responds, “Well, it doesn’t matter anymore, Peter.” (Is it just us or does she really dislike Peter?)

In another clip he asks, “Are you kidding me right now?” to which she replies, “How are we even supposed to move forward from this? And you’re supposed to come and meet my family tonight?” She’s sobbing, he’s frustrated and chances are she’s staying in her hometown longer than she expected (aka going home).

If Reddit theories are to be relieved, this person (perhaps a show producer or a former friend of Victoria's?) may be there to reveal she still isn’t over her ex, Chase Rice, and that she’s also had some complicated relationships in the past. Whatever the surprising news, the bombshell clearly leaves both Peter and Victoria reeling.

Will her and Weber’s relationship withstand the drama? We’ll have to tune in and see when The Bachelor returns on Monday, February 17, at 8 p.m. PT/ET on ABC.

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Lex Goodman

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