Brittany Galvin joined Matt James’ season of The Bachelor on Monday night, and then had to deal with a bunch of rumors thanks to Anna claiming she was an escort. To be clear, there’s literally nothing wrong with being an escort, and shaming / stigmatizing this line of work on national TV is fully not okay.

The episode generated a lot of understandable backlash, and Brittany has since hopped on Instagram with a statement, saying “It’s 2021 you know how prominent sex workers are in this world? Or how many people have OnlyFans? Why are we still judging others.”

“Again, to make it clear I am NOT an escort,” she added. “And for the people who are, don’t let others tear you down. Keep sharing your stories wit me because they are all so powerful. I’m here to support you like how you have to me!”

brittany galvin's instagram statement about escort accusations

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Brittany also addressed viewers who were wondering why she cared about rumors if they aren’t true, saying “If this happened to me in the real world I’d brush it off because I know my truth. But how would you react when someone tries to exploit you to the world with an accusation that could affect your career, reputation and future relationships.”

She ended her statement with another brief post, simply stating “Lastly, yes it was a shitty thing to do, but let’s not destroy someone’s life over it. Bringing others down is exactly what I don’t want. We are bigger and better than that. Love you all.”

Love her/love this, that’s all.

brittany galvin's instagram statement about escort accusations

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