The brunette also pointed out that it was part of a private conversation and insinuated that Abbie's actions were an act of betrayal.
"I think as women, we should always support each other, encourage each other and lift each other up," Julia said.
During the rose ceremony on Wednesday night's episode, Monique and Julia were the last two left without a rose.
Matt dramatically stepped out of the rose ceremony before walking back in, and in a surprising twist presented the final rose to Monique.
Bachelor fans were furious that the blonde bombshell managed to stay in after calling him a "disrespectful pig," and took to Twitter to voice their outrage.
"Imagine being Julia, he chose a chick who called him names over her. Not cool," wrote one viewer.
"I feel bad for julia she deserves better," said another.
The astrophysicist explained his decision in an interview with Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa this morning, saying he needed "more time" to understand the situation.
"For me, it was a case of both I wasn’t confident enough in what had happened yet, I needed more time," Matt explained.
"And I’d had such an amazing date with Mon that I just did want to further make sure I made the right decision."
Despite Matt's decision during Wednesday night's rose ceremony, Julia left The Bachelor with no hard feelings, immediately giving Monique a hug before bidding Matt farewell.
The Bachelor Australia Airs on Wednesdays And Thursdays At 7.30pm on Channel 10.