Victoria P. has wowed The Bachelor star with her grace and selflessness, but at the same time, she found herself at the center of drama when she chose to throw Alayah Benavidez under the bus for allegedly being fake and not having the best of intentions.
Peter chose to trust Victoria P. and eliminate Alayah after several other women expressed similar concerns as well, but a The Bachelor preview shows Alayah returning during a group date.
How will Alayah's return affect Victoria P. and Peter's relationship? And will the controversy change Peter's perception of Victoria P. that she's sweet and innocent?
Until we can see more of Victoria P. on The Bachelor this season, let's learn a little bit about the bachelorette right now.
Below is a list of eight facts Reality TV World has compiled about Victoria Paul.
Victoria is career focused
Victoria P. is a practical nurse who currently works full-time in urgent care as well as part-time in dermatology.
She didn't have an easy childhood
Victoria P. says she grew up in a small town with very little money and lost her father when she was two years old. Both her mother and sister then struggled with drug addiction.
Victoria said she and her family once lived in a homeless shelter and she had to grow up fast and become her sister's primary caregiver.
She and her sister didn't always have shoes that fit or know where her next meal would come from.
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But as of three years ago, Victoria P. says her mother and sister are now both sober and their family bond is stronger than ever before.
The Bachelor bachelorette has been in one serious relationship in her life that lasted for two years, but they broke up after she stumbled upon a video on the man's phone proving he had been cheating on her.
She needs a selfless man
Victoria P., a natural caregiver, says she's ready to find someone who can care for her as much as she will for him. She says she knows what it takes to be a supportive life partner.