The alleged feud between Nick Viall and Josh Murray is once again the highlight of Season 3 of "Bachelor in Paradise," the ABC dating reality show that features past contestants of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette."
As fans of the dating reality franchise already know, both Josh and Nick were the finalists in Andi Dorfman's season of "The Bachelorette" and the finalists did not share much of a relationship. Both of them were in love with Andi, but in the end she chose Josh. Interestingly, this season of "Bachelor in Paradise" also saw the duo being attracted to the same woman – Amanda – who chose Josh over Nick.
As the season moves forwards, viewers will see more tension between the two men and it will also address certain points Andi raised in her book regarding Josh. One allegation against Josh has been that he was often emotionally abusive towards Andi.
"Some of the things that she wrote about Josh, with regards to how he is in relationships, his temperament in relationships, and some of those attributes that he displayed in a relationship, you might see this season," Nick explained in an interview with E!Online. "And I think those are some of the concerns that people had about him as they watched his relationships unfold."
As for Josh's claims that Andi's book is fictional, Nick said certain things written about him are in fact true. "The things that are written about me, as far as like the events that happened and things that were said, a large part of it did happen, so I can't say that it's a fictional book. It might be missing some information, but a lot of the things she wrote about did happen, I think Josh would want you to believe that it's a totally fictional book, and it's hard for me knowing what's written about it me and what happened that it is fictional. So I think that conversation will come up."
"Bachelor in Paradise" airs Mondays and Tuesdays on ABC.