After Victoria P. was accused of lying, manipulation and having a boyfriend back home in Nashville, she decided to quit Bachelor in Paradise's seventh season before the first Rose Ceremony despite having made a connection with James Bonsall, whom she kept calling "Jordan."
When the video began, Victoria joked, "Me and my boyfriend watching the show," before panning the camera over to an empty seat next her on the couch.
The video concluded with Victoria and Christen cracking up.
Victoria went on to post a selfie with Teddy Robb, the man whom Tammy Ly and Kelsey Weier apparently accused Victoria of being in a relationship with.
"[Teddy] and I broke up in May and we've remained great friends. ASK THE MAN," Victoria wrote on the picture, also calling the aspiring musician the "best dog dad and friend."
In addition, Victoria also included a screenshot of a Q&A exchange she had conducted with one of her followers on Instagram Stories three months ago in May.
An Instagram user apparently asked Victoria at the time, "Going through a breakup with my boyfriend -- any advice?"
And Victoria claims to have replied at the time, "Truthfully, I'm currently walking through this season, know that joy can STILL be found in the midst of uncertainty. Give him/her grace... and yourself some too!"
She added, "My biggest advice: trust in God & leave it up to Him. His plan is always better than our own."
For Teddy's part, he posted a relationship denial of his own on Instagram.
Teddy explained on Monday, "For those of y'all asking @victorianpaul and I dated before she went on @bachelorinparadise. It didn't work out for us but we are on good terms and I wish her the best."
Tammy, who also competed on Peter's The Bachelor season last year, went after Victoria pretty hard on Monday night's Bachelor in Paradise episode.
"The fact of the matter is Victoria P. has a current boyfriend and no one else knows, so her pursuing James here is just so she can get a rose. And it's actually all a playbook," Tammy alleged.
"Victoria P. wants to find her next victim so she can break his heart and then have him follow her back to Nashville and have her little country-singer boyfriend on TV too."
Tammy claimed Victoria was "using" James" before warning the bachelor that he was being "played" and his connection with Victoria wasn't genuine.
"She was like, 'My guy, what's his name again? Tim? Whatever?' Victoria said that," Tammy explained to James.
"I was like, 'Weren't you literally making out with him last night? How do you not remember his name?! Now she's over here, like, 'Give me a rose!' That's rose-chasing to me, and you don't mean anything to her."
Kelsey, who also lives in Nashville, said she hangs out in a similar social circle as Victoria and could attest to Victoria dating someone back home.
Kelsey called Victoria's behavior in Paradise "disrespectful," but Victoria subsequently denied having a boyfriend back home during a sitdown conversation with James.
"No, I do not have a boyfriend back home," Victoria insisted.
"I dated someone from February until, like, May -- and him and I broke up before I got here. He encouraged me to step into this with an open heart, and that's what I did. And I wish him well, he's great."
Tammy, who said she had "receipts" to prove her allegations, said Victoria wasn't being honest and "no one [is] filled with more lies or deceit than Victoria P."
Victoria said she was upset Kelsey and Tammy didn't approach her first before warning James about something she claimed wasn't true, and Victoria decided to quit Paradise on her own amid all the drama.
"This doesn't look anything like I thought it would, but does it ever?" Victoria lamented in her final words.
"I hope James' perception of me is still good. I don't think he has peace right now. I can see he's shaken up by this... I tried to make something work, and I realized I don't have to search for what I already have at home."
Once Victoria left, James said he felt "fooled" by her.
Following her upsetting journey on Bachelor in Paradise, Victoria posted an uplifting message on Instagram.
"Home is place where I'm accepted. Valued. Heard. Seen. Loved. Understood. It's a place I can be all of me, surrounded by people who love me the way Jesus does," Victoria captioned an Instagram video on Monday.
"Since you're here, please remember to be kind to the cast members of The Bachelor franchise -- each of them more beautiful than anything you'll see on your screens."