According to Kagay, the proposal was just one of many he made during the pair's long relationship, which ended after Womack allegedly spent last summer trying to reconcile with the 31-year-old Austin spa owner by repeatedly declaring his feelings for her.
"Even when we weren't together, he would say how much he loved me and was going to marry me," Kagay told Us Weekly last month, adding that Womack allegedly sent her text messages after he left Austin to film The Bachelor.
Womack has denied proposing to Kagay and stated her claims are "embellished."
Kagay is reportedly not bitter about Womack's engagement to Maynard, a 24-year-old children's hospital event planner from Charlotte, NC, but still expects the southern belle to ignore her advice.
"I'm sure she doesn't care what I have said to the public," Kagay told E! News. "But if she is smart, she will see that she is living what I was living. It is hard and definitely not healthy for a child. I am so happy to finally be done with our cycle, but it really does make me sad that another woman is in my shoes."
Maynard admitted she was not yet ready to move to Austin or marry Womack during Monday night's After the Final Rose special -- a decision Kagay called "smart of her," according to E! News.
In addition, Kagay doesn't see the couple lasting and is convinced Womack is not the new man he has claimed himself to be.
"I do not see a future with Brad and Emily," Kagay explained. "He obviously has not changed... I thought they would have made it a little longer but there is no going back now... Breakups and makeups are not a way to live."