Brittany was one of five late arrivals on Matt's The Bachelor season, and she immediately planted a big kiss on Matt when she met him -- which resulted in Victoria Larson calling Brittany "a slore."
As Brittany demanded attention from Matt, Anna Redman spread a rumor about Brittany that she works as an escort in Chicago and sleeps with wealthy men for money. Anna insisted that Brittany was definitely not on the show for Matt.
But Brittany insisted she's not an escort and called the rumor "ridiculous."
"I've never dealt with any harassment, bullying or any of this. It's just such a horrible thing to say to someone. I wouldn't wish this on anybody," Brittany said.
Brittany later cried to Matt about how she had been humiliated on national TV.
"My mom watches this show, and this could ruin my entire life," Brittany explained on the verge of tears. "I signed up to find love... and it really hurts."
Matt said he could see a future with Brittany and wanted her to share her burdens with him so they could have an open dialogue and move past struggles together.
And in order to make Brittany feel safe and secure, he decided to eliminate both Victoria and Anna.
Brittany graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree (with an emphasis of marketing) in Spring 2019.
While in college, she was a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority.
Brittany recently reiterated on social media she isn't an escort
On January 28, Brittany slammed the escort allegations in her Instagram Stories.
"It's 2021 you know how prominent sex workers are in this world? Or how many people have OnlyFans? Why are we still judging others? Jealousy and hate really come out when others are doing better in life but why?" Brittany wrote.
"Focus on yourself, and if you're not happy with where you're at then work on yourself! Again, to make it clear, I am NOT an escort."
Brittany, however, went on to defend women who may be in that line of work.
"For the people who are, don't let others tear you down. Keep sharing your stories with me because they are so powerful. I'm here to support you like how you have to me!" Brittany continued in her post.
"Side note: I saw a YouTube video of women asking why I cared so much if it's not true. If this happened to me in the real world, I'd brush it off because I know my truth. But how would you react when someone tries to exploit you to the world with an accusation that could affect your career, reputation and future relationships?"
Brittany concluded, "Lastly, yes it was a shâ€“ty thing to do, but let's not destroy someone's life over it. Bringing others down is exactly what I don't want. We are bigger and better than that. Love you all."