On Season 16 of The Bachelor, Courtney Robertson became one of the biggest villains in the franchise’s history. She infamously broke the rules and partook in an illicit skinny-dip that helped seal her proposal to the season’s bachelor, Ben Flajnik. I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain is her side of the story. In the book, Courtney dishes about finding love, her famous exes, and what really happens behind the scenes on. I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends is the first ever book written by a former contestant about the show, and she shares many of the show’s secrets, including the casting process that includes a 12-hour day of interviews, a 150-question psychological test, and an STD test. The book has stories, tips, tricks, and advice from other Bachelor alumni, and spills all of the details about that now infamous skinny-dipping scene. Courtney lives in Los Angeles, and is a model, writer, commercial actress, and painter. Her book, I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends is a New York Times Best Seller.
“In the cottage, we were completely alone for the first time ever. We immediately ripped each other’s clothes off and had intense, passionate sex on the couch in front of the fire. Producers had left a cell phone for us in case of emergency, but they did not leave us any condoms.”
In this edition, host Jeffrey Masters sits down and talks with Courtney Robertson about her new book, I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain.