"It was just so full on I just didn't know what to do with myself. I was a little bit embarrassed to be there seeing the girls carry on that way. It's just not right.
"It's so not right seeing women treat other women like that no matter what the disagreement is or what you're fighting about, no woman should stoop so low to the point where they're treating another woman in such a vile way."
While she was prepared for Hayley Vernon and her arch-nemesis Stacey Hampton to have it out with each other, Connie says she was far more shocked that Vanessa Romito had lied about taking a video of Michael Goonan and Hayley hooking up. Discussing the scandal which has since grabbed headlines, Connie said her actions led her to lose trust in her once close friend.
"I just don't know anymore if I believe her [Vanessa]," said Connie. "She told me she had videos. She had evidence of them kissing. When we confronted her about it, she then admitted that she didn't have the videos.
"So if you can lie over something like that maybe she's lying about what she's seen too. I just don't know where I sit with Vanessa and with what she saw.
Since Vanessa was clearly fibbing about the incriminating video quickly leading her to become an unreliable source, thousands of viewers have turned against her.
"She has lost all credibility with her video lie," one person tweeted after the episode aired.
"Vanessa, you don't even have the video of Michael and Hayley kissing. Take that boring personality, take that white lie of yours and GET THE F**K OUT," another furious user added.
"Vanessa trying to be relevant because her relationship also failed and now admitted she lied she has video evidence."
"So Vanessa didn't even see the kiss and she made up having a video of it? WTF is her game?" someone else asked.