Marine biology student Connie also thanked her fans for their kind words and personal messages in the wake of the trolling.
"Side note - after I posted that story last night my inbox was BOMBARDED with so much positivity and love 🌻 again, I'm so grateful for this community. You guys are so good ❤," she sweetly commented on her post.
Many former reality TV stars jumped to Connie's defence and praised her for rising above the hateful talk.
"It’s so sad to think that people have this hate within themselves that they project onto others who are just trying to go about their beautiful lives. You obviously have an impact on their lives which they can’t stand. You are so beautiful in every single way. Ps you should see my skin atm," commented former Bachelor winner Chelsie McLeod.
Ex MAFS groom Dino Hira remarked: "And yet, you choose to rise above all the hate. The hate only comes as a result of one of these: Jealousy, their own Inner Demons/Reflection, and the easiest way to unleash built up Anger or Frustration. Notice how none of these are to do with You. Keep being you my beautiful friend. Rise like a Sunflower among weeds 🌻 #notobullying 💟🙏."
"Connie you are seriously one of the most beautiful people I have ever met. In every way. Never forget that. Love you (and Skyla) to the moon and back," Bachelor in Paradise star Jessica Brody commented.
"Good on honey! Some people are just awful souls but just remember that heaps more people will always love & support you!" added season five MAFS bride Sarah Jane Roza.
Though she's still single, Connie has been living her best life since her reality TV journey ended.
Not only has she been experimenting with all sorts of hair transformations, but the Melbourne-based beauty is also a proud dog mum to adopted greyhound, Skylar.
"The most valuable lesson I learnt from this experience is the importance of self-worth," she wrote on Instagram after she dumped her groom Jonethen at the final vows ceremony.
"I had such low self-esteem coming into this experiment, and throughout the journey, I was trying to give my love to someone who didn't want it when in hindsight I should have been giving all that love to myself. Ultimately you don't find your worth in another person you find it within yourself and then you may find someone worthy of you. And always remember the only love and approval you need is from yourself."
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