THE BACHELOR star Hannah Ann Sluss shaded her ex-fiance, Peter Weber, after he dumped her for Madison Prewett.
The 23-year-old posted a picture on her Instagram where she threw a jab at the pilot by saying he's not 'accepted' in her life anymore.
The blue-eyed brunette posted a professional picture of herself dressed in a pilot outfit.
With a pair of aviator goggles on her shoulder, she gave the camera a flirty smile.
Along with the picture, she wrote: "Flyin' solo … no turbulence accepted. PERIOD."
Hannah Ann received a lot of support from the fans of the show, including other contestants like Kelley Flanagan and Victoria Fuller.
Kelley wrote: "Your momma is PROUD."
Victoria F. also commented and wrote: "This is quite literally the best thing I’ve ever seen come across my feed."
Even actor Patrick Schwarzenegger commented: "We’re gonna find yah a good guy in no time!
"Can't wait for the drinks to flow this weekend!"
During the finale of The Bachelor, Peter proposed to Hannah Ann after a very dramatic season but dumped her weeks later to go after Madison, who had left him.
He called off their relationship and said: "I've been honest with you about everything, you know? I have no doubt I have fallen in love with you and I love you… I'm just struggling.
"It just kills me to put you through this and you give everything and for me be where I'm at. I hate that."
Hannah then blasted Peter: ”You took away from me my first engagement. You took that away from me, because I trusted you."
"I said yes, and I get this? Why didn't you just let me go? Instead of taking this away from me?"
Hannah and Peter saw each other again during the finale reunion and she was not done calling him out.
She told him: "If you want to be with a woman, you need to learn how to become a man."
Peter went against his family’s wishes and got back together with 23-year-old Madi.
Though they could not reach an agreement with mom Barbara about the arrangement, the couple said they will continue to work on their differences and are happily together.
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