Victoria Paul has clarified that she was not in a relationship while filming "Bachelor in Paradise" following rumors that she was dating musician Teddy Robb.

"@teddyrobb and I broke up in May and we've remained great friends. ASK THE MAN," Paul wrote on her Instagram Story on Monday night.

She also shared a screenshot as proof. It was from a conversation she had with a fan regarding a breakup.

"Truthfully, I'm currently walking through this season. Know that joy can STILL be found in the midst of uncertainty _ give him/her grace …and yourself some, too!" Paul responded to the fan at the time.

Robb also took to Instagram to open up about his relationship status. "For those of y'all asking @victorianpaul and I dated before she went on @bachelorinparadise," he said. "It didn't work out for us but we are on good terms and I wish her the best."

In another Instagram Story, he wrote, "Honestly I've never had to address anything like this before. Y'all be kind out there!" along with his black and white photo.

Paul first appeared on Peter Weber's season of "The Bachelor" in 2020. However, her co-stars Tammy Ly and Kelsey Weir accused her of having a boyfriend already during "Bachelor in Paradise" Season 7. Following the allegations, she decided to leave the show.

"I think the best thing for me to do is take all of me, imperfect me, and walk away from this. I hope that you walk away from this with the love of your life," she told fellow contestant James Bonsallon the show.

"Bachelor in Paradise" Season 7 premiered on ABC network on Aug. 16. The reality TV show is also streaming on Hulu. New episodes air every Monday and Tuesday on ABC.

Bachelor In Paradise Cast
Filming for the new season of “Bachelor in Paradise” has been suspended. Pictured: The Season 2 cast of the ABC reality series watching the premiere episode of their show at Mixology101 on Aug. 2, 2015 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Jesse Grant