“He’d never watched an episode… he only knew about the perks. He knew Timm and what his life was like,” Shyanne explained.
“Timm said: ‘Bro, you’re going to make it so big, you need to get with this agent’.”
According to Shyanne, it was because of this advice that Frazer was so well-liked by producers.
“I heard that Timm had been coaching Frazer before the show, telling him things to say and how to suck up to producers, is that true?” asked Megan.
“I do know that Timm told him that it’s a game and that you need to get in the good books with the producers and do what they want you to do,” replied Shyanne.
“Timm did definitely give him pointers. Timm was apparently calling him two-three times a day saying block this journo, block this pap. I’ll get you in some Front Runner, we’ll help each other out.”
Naturally, Angie Kent wasn’t stoked to hear these things about Timm, so she took to So Dramatic! Instagram account to weigh in on the matter.
“It’s been over a year to still have to read rumours and see this dross. I had nothing but love for homeboy. If this is the truth why does he have to feel the need to keep bringing up our experiences and full know this would hurt anyone’s feelings,” she wrote.
“Let it go. He got his happily ever after, I didn’t. So let’s be a bit more kind to people’s feelings.
“Matters of the heart are tough hey. Just don’t get what blokes get out of saying stuff like this… put it to bed and know your words and actions can hurt people. If he didn’t say it, can we stop with the rumour mill? Makes my trust in men so gloomy and non-existent haha," she continued.
In a previous interview with 10 Daily, Timm opened up about Angie's decision to give her final red rose to Carlin Sterritt and admitted he was "shocked" to be turned down.
"When I first went in there I went in with an open mind, I actually didn't think it would happen. Next thing I know I was swept off my feet," he said. "I deadset thought 100 per cent that I was going to win, that I was going to be ending up with her."
The fireproofer also added that he wouldn't rule out becoming the next Bachelor or heading off to Bachelor in Paradise.
"I'd definitely be open to doing something like again," he said. "Although it didn't work out the way I wanted it to, it was definitely one of the best times I've ever had in my life. A hundred per cent open to doing something like it again."