Peter Weber has nothing but good things to say about Victoria Fuller despite the controversy surrounding a modeling job she took. 

When asked his thoughts about the backlash while visiting the Build Series in New York, "The Bachelor" star responded, "Just being completely honest, I can't really speak too much on it, because I don't really know many facts about the whole situation."

The pilot added that he's only "recently" learned about the controversial ad campaign and knew "nothing" about it during the time he was filming the reality series.

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"All I can speak on is the time I was able to spend with Victoria throughout this experience," he continued. "I truly enjoyed my experience with her. I really feel like she's, you know, a good person and she's got a lot of endearing qualities."

"I just hope people can form their opinion on her based on what they see between the two of us and her time on the show," Peter added. "She's not perfect. I'm not perfect. No one's perfect but that's all I can really say on that."

As viewers of "The Bachelor" know, Monday night's episode featured a group date in which Victoria F. was chosen to be featured on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine's March issue alongside Peter. However, that prize has since been retracted in light of news that the 26-year-old had previously modeled in a White Lives Matter ad campaign. 

Cosmo's editor-in-chief, Jessica Pels, penned a letter explaining how and why they came to the decision to not publish the digital cover of Peter and Victoria F.

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"It wasn’t until a few weeks ago that I found out that the woman I’d chosen had, in her past, modeled in an ad campaign wearing White Lives Matter attire," she explained.

"It’s been reported that what she modeled for was actually a Marlin Lives Matter organization focused on preventing white and blue marlin from being overfished, which used 'white lives matter' and 'blue lives matter' messaging on its promotional shirts and hats. In my view, the nature of the organization is neither here nor there—both phrases and the belief systems they represent are rooted in racism and therefore problematic."

Pels went on to say that this "does not reflect the values" of the popular women's magazine. 

"The Bachelor" airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC. 

bachelor victoria Victoria F. and Peter from "The Bachelor" Season 24. Photo: ABC