Evicted Bachelor star Izzy Sharman Firth talks Irena Srbinovska and Bella ...

Evicted Bachelor star Izzy Sharman-Firth reveals what REALLY caused Bella Varelis and Irena Srbinovska's feud... and it all comes down to Instagram fame

By Zoe Burrell For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:58 BST, 24 September 2020 | Updated: 06:00 BST, 24 September 2020

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Evicted Bachelor star Izzy Sharman-Firth has revealed some surprising new details about the ongoing feud between Bella Varelis and Irena Srbinovska.

The 29-year-old, who was sent home on Wednesday's episode, claimed that there's far more to the story than what viewers saw. 

In an interview with Pedestrian, the reality star claimed that Irena, 31, had told people Bella, 25, was only on the show to boost her social media presence. 

The truth: Evicted Bachelor star Izzy Sharman-Firth has revealed some surprising new details about the ongoing feud between Bella Varelis and Irena Srbinovska

The truth: Evicted Bachelor star Izzy Sharman-Firth has revealed some surprising new details about the ongoing feud between Bella Varelis and Irena Srbinovska

'I had heard things about [Bella], I heard that she was strategic and just there for social media,' Izzy said. 

'But during lockdown, I started to realise that a lot of that stuff had come from Irena. So I started to question it.'  

She then went on to claim that Irena had said 'a lot of things' to Locky, and it 'caused issues' between him and Bella. 

'A lot of it came from Irena!' Izzy went on to claim that Irena (pictured) had said 'a lot of things' to Locky (pictured) and it 'caused issues' between him and Bella

'A lot of it came from Irena!' Izzy went on to claim that Irena (pictured) had said 'a lot of things' to Locky (pictured) and it 'caused issues' between him and Bella

'There were a lot of things that were said to us and to Locky [about Bella] by Irena, and that got revealed during lockdown,' she said.   

'I think Irena is very good

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