To fans, it seemed that the feud first began with Chantel and Pedro while waiting to go on stage to film the reunion. When Pedro asked Colt what had happened with ex Larissa Dos Santos Lima, things got messy.
When Colt told Chantel to “please shut the f–k up,” that’s when Pedro got involved, shouting at his costar not to speak to his wife like that. Meanwhile, the Georgia native was insisting she could speak for herself.
“He was being a jerk before we all sat down,” Nicole explained in an Instagram comment. “He was asking each couple a rude question. Like he asked me if my relationship was even real? Is that really the first thing you ask someone?”
“He wasn’t very nice to everyone,” she continued. “He came on defense and offense. He was rude.” Explaining that Chantel had a reason to “snap,” she said, “He came at her saying rude stuff, so she gave it back to him and then he cursed her out.”
After the first confrontation, the two men got into it again right before going out on stage. “Colt was starting with him and Pedro almost hit him,” the source said. “They were arguing up to the second they came out on set. It was quite an explosive day.”
Another costar he butted heads with was Ashley. “He asked Ashley if she had scammed anyone lately and called her ‘Trashley,'” said the insider. “it actually was more explosive than the fight they showed with Chantel, as Ashley was yelling at him much louder than Chantel yelled at him.”
When In Touch reached out to Colt to confirm the report, he neglected to weigh in on the fight with Pedro, but backed up the rest of it. “Yes, I can exclusively confirm to you that I did indeed call Ashley ‘Trashley,'” he said.
“No one is allowed to judge me because our process is different and taking longer than other 90 Day [couples]. … I don’t judge other cast members, and I would hope they felt the same way to not judge my relationship.”
Beyond that, Nicole decided to reserve judgment and keep whatever thoughts she may have about Colt to herself. But it’s clear that she and Ashley were the ones getting the last word — at least until part two of the tell-all sparks even more drama.