The contestant alleged Bella said she “only dates celebs” and during her time in the mansion, bragged about the number of high profile men she had been with.
“So Bella was bragging in the house to the other girls that she’d hooked up with and slept with a number of A list celebs,” Megan revealed.
“The contestant tells me every day Bella would bring up a new person she’d been with. She would say ‘I hooked up with this person... I’ve slept with this guy', there were just way too many to count. She only dates celebs.”
Megan explained that “one of those celebs is none other than Cody Simpson”.
“Bella told the girls in the mansion that she’d slept with him and had a brief fling with him while she was in LA,” she said.
Cody is one of Australia’s youngest and most successful music exports, building an established career in the US. He was also the winner of The Masked Singer Australia in 2019, starring as the robot, before he was unmasked during the finale.
The 23-year-old blonde singer briefly dated Miley following her divorce from Liam Hemsworth in 2019, but the pair split after about 10 months of dating in August this year.
Bella, 25, who is based in Sydney and works as a freelance digital marketing creative, has previously dated several other high profile men, including many stars in the Bachelor franchise.
She has previously dated model Samuel Johnson, one of the stars on Georgia Love’s season of The Bachelorette.
Bella also dated a contestant on the US version of The Bachelorette, Dean Michael Unglert, and is friends with Courtney Dober, another contestant on Georgia Love’s Bachelorette season.
But she has previously slammed claims she only dates men in the Bachelor franchise, clarifying that she dated Sam before he was a reality TV star.
“I haven’t ‘slept around with Bachie boys’,” Bella wrote on Instagram in response to a fan who suggested she only dates famous guys.
“I dated my ex before he even did the show, people see a few dots and like to try [to] connect them when they have absolutely no reason to be connected to justified. Nevertheless, thank you for your opinion and for thinking you know me.”