Rozlyn Papa claims she used her appearance on The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love: The Women Tell All special to fire back at host Chris Harrison over his comments about her alleged "inappropriate relationship" with producer Ryan Callahan.

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"I wasn't nice to Chris Harrison," Papa told RadarOnline in a Tuesday report about the special, which will air next Monday at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.  "He did not do well with actual confrontation."

Papa was eliminated from The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love earlier in the season after being confronted by Harrison about the alleged incident, which also caused Callahan to lose his job on the show.

She subsequently stated the relationship with Callahan was not sexual nor even romantic, however Harrison has claimed Papa is "definitely not telling the truth" and fumed that it "really sucks" that Callahan's name "came out, because that was never our intention."

"Everyone who knows me knows it wasn't true and it's kind of silly," she told RadarOnline about the alleged relationship.

Papa added her conversation with Harrison during the upcoming special "wasn't scripted," which made Harrison even more uncomfortable because he "does well with scripted."

"He said something like, 'We're all just really wounded by this because a member of our family, one of our dear friends was fired,'" she told RadarOnline.

"I said, 'It's funny you should say that because I talk to this producer and the fact that you guys are friends is news to him. He didn't get a really friendly vibe when you were hitting on his (now former) wife last year in New Zealand!'"

Papa said Harrison "did not stomach" that particular accusation "very well."

"He tried to play it off at first but you could tell he was pissed," she told RadarOnline, adding the confrontation ended quickly after her accusation.

"As soon as Chris Harrison started getting angry they whisked me off the stage."

Papa added her participation in The Women Tell All special "wasn't really fun" and isn't even sure if it will make it into the episode.
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"They're crafty, those people over at The Bachelor," she told RadarOnline.com. "I hope they air it."