Amanda Stanton confirmed that she and her “Bachelor in Paradise” co-star Josh Murray are no longer together.

“We did break up,” Stanton told Us Weekly at the premiere event for Nick Viall’s Season 21 of “The Bachelor” on Monday, Jan. 2. “It's been kind of a weird situation because we broke up and we didn’t release a statement, obviously, so I think people have been kind of going crazy wondering if we’re together or if we’re not, and we're not.”

Days before Stanton confirmed her split with Murray, a source told Us Weekly that the former couple reached their breaking point after a fight at KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball last month. “Josh accused her of lying about drinking on a girls' trip. He left her there alone,” the insider said.

At that time, a source told E! News that the fight between the two seemed to be very serious. Another source told the news outlet that the pair broke up because of Murray’s temper. But in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Stanton said that the reason behind their split was “just normal relationship things.”

Murray popped the big question to Stanton in the Season 3 finale of “Bachelor in Paradise” in September. Not long after, the 32-year-old ex-baseball player moved from Atlanta to California to live with Stanton and her daughters, Kinsley and Charlie.

“It’s hard,” the 26-year-old esthetician said of ending her relationship with Murray. “He moved across the country to live with us and I think, at the end of the day, we’re just very different people and things just didn’t work out.”

Stanton added: “I just think there are some things in a relationship you can work on, but then there are also things that you just can’t work on and things that you just know aren’t going to work out in the long run.”