'She has reached out and apologised for trashing me, but reading it just reminded me of the type of person she can be,' Webb said.
'And yes, we met up and she explained her hurt and her heartbreak after I broke up with her,' he continued.
'I guess she still has some feelings there for me and the best way for her to deal with it was to slag me off.'
However the 27-year-old has called out Dan’s claims as fake news.
“Lost the plot. I’m 100 times happier. End of story. How many other washed up cast members want to ride on my name this week?” read Jess’ Instagram Story.
The blonde and her former MAFS castmate Cyrell Paule made headlines this week after they were locked in a heated online exchange over claims the resident hot-head bullied Jess.
Taking to social media, the reality TV star screenshotted an article about Jess where the blonde model claimed the Channel Nine hit show was 'faked'.
Re-posting a photo to her Instagram story, Cyrell wrote: "Once a liar always a liar! Stand up and take responsibility for ur f****d up actions!!"
Cyrell also added a series of crude emojis, namely an eggplant emoji over a gif of Jessika Power's face, and a cruel vomit emoji over the original photo of Jess.
The original post read: "#MAFS Jessika and Ines claim the show wasn't real!"
Responding to floods of people calling 'Cyclone Cyrell' a bully, Cyrell relayed her (rather flawed) logic.
"So I put up a post calling Jess out as a liar," Cyrell began her nasty rant.
"Unlike Jess, I'm not actually calling her names I'm calling her for what she is, I still think she's genuinely a liar.
"No one in the show put a gun to your head and said 'you need to go crack on to Nick'.
"The girl just can't stop speaking about me, so god forbid the one article that I decide to comment on I'm called a bully".
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