On Monday night's episode of Bachelor in Paradise's eighth season, Wells told several bachelorettes what seemed to be a tall tale about Salley, who is loosely tied to Clayton Echard's The Bachelor season since she quit the show before limo entrances on Night 1.
"This is what was told to us by that producer. Now, how much of that was true, I don't know. Was it 80 percent true? Was it 90 percent true? Was it all true, but just embellished a little bit? I'm not really sure."
The mystery about Salley began when Lace Morris discovered a suitcase with Salley's name on it inside the women's villa -- but Salley was nowhere to be found at the Bachelor in Paradise resort in Mexico.
When sharing "The Saga of Salley's Suitcase," Wells began by saying a female producer had planned to take Salley to the airport so she could be a part of Bachelor in Paradise's eighth season.
"She wanted a second shot at love and we wanted to grant that to her, but we were a little apprehensive. I mean, she didn't even get out of a limo the first time. So we decided to send a producer to make sure that she got on her flight," Wells explained.
The producer allegedly arrived at Salley's house, only to be informed that Salley couldn't come outside because she had "explosive diarrhea."
The producer therefore knocked on Salley's front door, and then a man answered and yelled, "Salley ain't here!"
The producer texted Salley to "get [her] ass home," and then four hours later, Salley showed up at the hotel where the producer was staying.
"I really want to go to Paradise. I'm really ready," Salley allegedly told the producer.
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But before packing, Salley demanded to see her ex-boyfriend -- whom she had been engaged to before going on The Bachelor 26 -- and talk to him.
Salley and the producer therefore drove to "a freaking mansion," where Salley's ex lives.
"[Salley] freaks out and says, 'Listen, if he sees you in the car, he's going to lose his mind. You need to get in the back... in the trunk.' And so the producer gets in the trunk. This is dead freaking serious," Wells insisted to the women listening to his story.
Salley allegedly promised the producer her conversation would only take 10 minutes -- but then four hours went by.
Once Salley came back outside, she told the producer that her ex no longer loved her and she wanted to go to Paradise. The next morning, Salley was allegedly hell-bent on going to Paradise and having a good time.
Wells said Salley packed her suitcase, went to the airport, and checked her luggage.
"We're at the gate. Then, all of a sudden," Wells recalled, "the producer looks back and Salley is on the phone with somebody. She's crying uncontrollably. She's on the phone with her freaking ex."
The gate was about to close and the flight was about to depart, and so Salley and the producer were allegedly crying, hugging and "freaking out" about whether Salley was going to get on the plane.
"The producer said, 'You have to make a decision. Do you want to stay with someone who said they don't love you and want you to go to Paradise, or do you want to go to Paradise and find maybe your person?'" Wells shared.