Ashley Iaconetti
Ashley Iaconetti, "Bachelor In Paradise Instagram/Ashely Iaconetti

In a show like “Bachelor In Paradise,” hearts are bound to be broken, and words are bound to be taken out of context. Ashley Iaconetti particularly talks about the heavy editing hand of the producers.

Who breaks things off?

According to Heavy.Com, Izzy Goodkind is the rumoured bachelorette who leaves the show to chase a castaway. The castaway in question is reportedly Vinny Ventiera, who left “Bachelor In Paradise” in tears after Izzy decided to pursue a relationship with Brett Menick.

On the other hand, Brett is expected to take himself out of the show, leaving three particular bachelorettes in shock and dismay. Like him, Wells Adams also does not choose any of the women he dated on the show.

There is also the obvious conclusion that Jen Saviano and Nick Viall will not end up together, as Viall has already announced he is starring in the upcoming season of “The Bachelor.”

Who makes it out of the show together?

The men’s decisions leave just three more couples who are likely to get engaged -- Lace Morris and Grant Kemp, Carly Waddell and Evan Bass, and Amanda Stanton and Josh Murray.

What does Ashley I have to say about it all?

Ashley I, in a blogpost posted on Cosmopolitan, shared her side of the story regarding what happened with Caila Quinn and Jared Haibon, as well as her role between them, that is, as much as she could have until her “Bachelor In Paradise” contract expires.

She shared that there was some heavy editing being done to her talk with Caila about a particular topic that she cannot share at this time. She states that the editing makes her look like the jealous best friend, as opposed to the woman who only had Jared’s best intentions at heart.

As proof, Ashely I mentions a particular scene when Lace is walking up the stairs and is within earshot of Caila. “I can’t stand her,” Lace says. This, Ashley I argues, is verification that Caila’s motivations were questionable to other people as well.

“Bachelor In Paradise” and “After Paradise” air on Mondays and Tuesdays on ABC in the US at 8 p.m.