The Bachelor's 'villain' Cat Henesy has hit back at claims she left her rented Balinese villa in a 'filthy and disgusting state' at the end of her lease in June.
The 24-year-old told the Sydney Morning Herald's Private Sydney on Saturday that she had the property 'professionally cleaned and inspected' prior to her departure.
It comes after her agent claimed that that abode required over $13,000 and six weeks in repairs.
'She left it in a filthy, disgusting state': The Bachelor's 'villain' Cat Henesy [pictured], 24, has been accused of trashing her rented Balinese villa, that cost the owner over $13K and six weeks to fix
Cat told the paper that the villa 'was spotless, professional cleaned and inspected' prior to her departure, adding that she was only told of he villa's state three weeks after having handed in her keys.
The fashion designer's realtor Pascale Masson told Private Sydney that her cream sofa had to be reupholstered after 'dirty stains, oil, food, red wine and other things' could not be removed.
Having spent six weeks and US $10,000 [approximately $13,000 AUD] trying to repair the damage, Pascale described the kitchen benchtops and skins as 'ruined' and the bathroom as 'appalling' with a thick brown substance on the shower floor.
The realtor went on to accuse the fashion