Caelynn Miller-Keyes was unpopular with some viewers on Colton Underwood's season of The Bachelor, and now she's claims some haters have taken their dislike of her much too far.

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Caelynn, a 23-year-old beauty pageant queen from North Carolina, revealed Wednesday on Instagram -- shortly after The Bachelor: The Women Tell All aired -- that she's being bullied online.

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"Looking at the trolls like... We live in a world where we never do anything right. Ever. Everyone always has an opinion," Caelynn, whom Colton sent home in fourth place after her hometown date, captioned an Instagram photo of herself looking solemn on Wednesday.

Caelynn insisted her experience on the show's 23rd season was "incredibly difficult" and so critics need to cut her some slack.

After all, she got dumped after telling Colton she was in love with him and ready to get engaged.

"This show is super easy to make fun of, I get it, but viciously tearing people down is absolutely disgusting. Girls on my season are getting death threats, I'm getting told to go kill myself. That's not OK," Caelynn continued.

"We are not perfect. We screw up (myself maybe more than others) but this show is partly about finding yourself, and that means falling in the process. You can have your opinions, but keep the extra hurtful comments to yourself."

Caelynn said no one deserves to be slammed and put down even though the bachelorettes had signed up to date on reality television.

"The Internet can be very dark, and instead of feeding into it, try taking a step back," Caelynn urged.

"We are real people. These emotions are real. You're watching a TV show, but we felt all of these feelings in a very intense way. Remember that the next time you go to someone's page to tear them down."

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Caelynn received a lot of support on social media from Bachelor Nation after she posted her message.

"So well said. Love you lots," Cassie Randolph commented.

"PREACH," Corinne Olympios wrote on the Miss USA 2018 runner-up's page.

And Chris Randone wrote, "Caelynn you did one of the bravest things in the show's history. You're a beautiful soul, don't ever forget that."

Chris was likely referring to the fact Caelynn had opened up to Colton about being sexually assaulted in college. The conversation was vulnerable, emotional and incredibly personal.

After The Women Tell All taped, Caelynn told E! News that The Bachelor was a "complete whirlwind in terms of lies being spread" about her.

Caelynn and her pal Cassie -- who were the clear frontrunners for Colton's heart -- were accused of plotting their rise to Bachelorette in case one of them ended up engaged to Colton and the other left the show single. A couple bachelorettes also told Colton that Caelynn wasn't ready to get engaged.

"It's frustrating, but I'm happy it's over... I am not a liar and I can go to sleep knowing that," shared Caelynn, who has firmly denied such allegations.

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