"When she went home, I thought, 'Okay finally. Now let's get to what The Bachelor really is about -- finding love,'" the seventeenth-season The Bachelor bachelorette said during a Tuesday morning appearance on Good Morning America.
Frazier, a 32-year-old personal organizer from Houston, TX, said when The Bachelor star Sean Lowe discovered LiCausi crying once again, her emotional meltdowns became too much for him to deal with.
"One too many dramatic spills happened. I think he saw her true colors at that point," she explained of LiCausi, who began bawling after the two girls argued.
"Tierra was pretty out of control and she started and attacked me. Eventually, I just had to defend myself. She was accusing me of sabotaging her and that wasn't the case."
While LiCausi was eliminated during Monday night's episode, Frazier still remains in the running for Lowe's heart and will receive a hometown date along with Desiree Hartsock, Catherine Giudici and Lindsay Yenter during next week's broadcast.