Zac Clark’s Ex-Wife Breaks Silence on His Engagement With Tayshia Adams
We all saw Tayshia Adams and Zac Clark get engaged during Tuesday night’s finale of The Bachelorette.
Zac C’s ex-wife, Jennifer Stanley-George, is speaking out on this season of the ABC reality show and what she really thinks of Tayshia Adams.
“It’s been a little shocking and a little hard to watch. I won’t lie. But, I’ve long since moved on with my life and I’m happily married now and I just had a baby so, I’ve been obviously distracted, but I have watched this season,” she told Us Weekly after the finale.
“I have watched the show for years. I’ve always watched every season—Bachelor in Paradise and everything—so I literally was scrolling through my Facebook feed in the middle of the summer when I saw his picture, and I was like ‘Oh, OK!'”
“It’s been a long time [since our divorce] so I’m sure he’s ready. I’m sure if they truly have feelings for each other then it’ll be great.”
About his drug addiction, she said: “Our entire relationship he lied to me about his drug use. I mean, I didn’t know. I was very naive.”
“The trust issues that we had, I don’t imagine anyone else would have, having not gone through what I went through with him. They seem really happy. I hope that they work out. They look like they have chemistry, and they seem like they are in love.”
“He’s very sensitive and I think he’s been through a lot,” she said. “And like I said, I want the best for him. I just don’t know if he’s being completely honest and genuine on TV … But I don’t know if that’s just because I’m scarred from our past.”
About Tayshia she said, “I love Tayshia. I watched her on the other shows too and she seems so sweet. I’ve kept in touch a little bit with his sister. … He was really close to his sister, and we actually kept in touch on social media and I know she just had a baby too. She’s the one who wrote him in for the show and I feel like he would never have done this on his own because he’s just not into that kind of stuff. He’s not looking for followers.”