'Love Is Blind': Diamond Jack opens up about dealing with death threats and her 'The Bachelorette' plans

From being called a 'disgusting person' to being asked to kill herself, she had to face hate comments after separating from Carlton Morton on the show

                            'Love Is Blind': Diamond Jack opens up about dealing with death threats and her 'The Bachelorette' plans
Diamond Jack (Netflix)

Diamond Jack entered 'Love Is Blind' looking for love but what she received was hate, lies, and feelings of betrayal. Her fiancé Carlton Morton had dated men in the past but he chose to keep it a secret while they were speed-dating at the pods.

Later, when the couples were whisked away to Cancun, Mexico, Carlton broke the news to her. He was emotional and completely heart-broken after he came out of the closet. But Diamond was there by his side to pacify her, albeit only for a few hours. 

The next morning, she wanted to have a conversation about the same hoping to understand better why Carlton chose to keep the big news from her. But, their chat snowballed into a huge fight that led both of them to go their separate ways. He threw the engagement ring into the water, she spilled her drink on him, and of course, there was abusive language involved.

But the worst was yet to come. She opened up about some of her post-show experiences on 'The Domenick Nati Show,' that aired on Wednesday, April 1.  

Soon after the episodes aired on Netflix, the fans bombarded her Instagram inbox with hate comments and death threats. From being called a "disgusting person," to being asked to kill herself, she has faced a lot. It had gotten to point where she had to contact the production team of 'Love Is Blind' to share her concerns about the matter. However, the team calmed her down saying they were trolls and nothing less is expected of them. 

"But I am built from a strong cloth so those words don't really hurt me honestly. It's not going to lead me to do anything to harm myself or others and honestly, it bounced right off me," she expressed.

Clearly, from the looks of it, she has been able to detach herself from the bad experience she had on the show and really looking forward to what life has to offer in the coming times. When asked if she would consider taking up another dating reality TV shows such as 'The Bachelorette,' she said she would be open to the idea but first, there's going to be a lot of contract-reading. Diamond would want to really have an in-depth knowledge of what the show expects of her and what would happen in the future episodes. 

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