Hannah Brown's Mother Slams 'Bachelorette' Contestant Luke P. on Instagram (PHOTO)
It ain't easy being Luke Parker.
Season 15's Bachelorette villain struggled to repair his negative reputation during the July 22 "Men Tell All" reunion special after acting seemingly unapologetic for his actions throughout the season. The 25-year-old made countless comments throughout Monday's episode that angered both Hannah Brown and her other contestants, but it was one specific thing he said that triggered Hannah's mother, Sue.
When asked why he couldn't get along with the other men in the house, Luke replied, “It was obvious in the first few weeks that I had it in the bag. I had a target on my back.”
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That one line was enough to bring Mama Brown out of the woodwork. "In the bag!!! You would not have made it [past] me you are [an] Ass!!!” she wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of Luke in the hot seat.
Hannah quickly took to social media to quiet her mother. "Mother. Delete. And never use social media again,” she wrote on the since-deleted post. “I love you though (and you’re right).”
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Mrs. Brown wasn't the only one to express anger towards Luke. During the MTA special, Bachelorette contestant Connor Saeli shared some harsh words with his controversial castmate.
"Every single week, there was a different event, different situation that you had to apologize for and honestly it is one of those things that actions speak louder than words and we were waiting for your actions to change but nothing ever changed. Honestly, I wish I had said this earlier to you but just... f**k you," he said before calling him "manipulative" and "controlling."
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Even Hannah herself wrapped up the night with an apology to Bachelor Nation. While looking directly into the camera, she apologized to viewers for Luke's actions. “I’m sorry for this whole thing with Luke and him being on our television screens for so long. Way longer than really any of us ever desired. It’s my fault. A lot his, but I did it, I was there. I’m sorry. I’m tired of talking about him … The Luke P. show is canceled we will not renew the season. Again, my apologies.”
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