isn't willing to let her ex-fiancé Josh Murray's comments
fly. The Bachelor in Paradise
star claimed that Dorfman's tell-all memoir, It's Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak Into Happily Never After
, was "ludicrous" and insisted that her portrayal of their relationship was "not true at all."
On Tuesday, the former Assistant District Attorney tweeted, "I speak two languages ... English and Truth." Though she didn't specifically call out Murray, many are interpreting the tweet to be about him and his on-screen comments.
In It's Not Okay, Dorfman wrote that her involvement with Murray was "the most volatile and f**ked up relationship of my life."
On Monday's Bachelor in Paradise, Murray went on date with Amanda Stanton, who asked the former Bachelorette winner about his acrimonious split with Dorfman, and her unflattering depiction of Murray in her book.
"She had some not so kind things to say. It was very unfortunate that she would depict me in such a false way," Murray contended.
"I can't comment on specific things in any kind of book that my ex has written because it's a fictional story," he later told the cameras. "There's stuff that's so ludicrous — how do you comment on something like that?"