'Bachelor' Villain Corinne Fires Back at GoFundMe Account Made to 'Free' Her Nanny: 'This Is Not a Joke'

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Bachelor villain Corinne might soon be without a nanny -- at least if one viewer gets his way.
The 24-year-old Miami native has concerned Bachelor contestants and fans alike this season after boasting about her nanny -- prompting viewer Mark Chandley to create a GoFundMe page to raise money to "#FreeRaquel."
Chandley created the page on Monday, following an episode of the ABC dating show in which Corinne tells the other girls about her nanny. "She makes sure my bed is made, makes my cucumber for lunch," she revealed, also confirming that she doesn't know how to do her own laundry, or how to make "cheese pasta" because Raquel does it for her.
The GoFundMe page has raised $160 of its $100,000 goal. If the goal is raised, it will be released to Raquel, and if not, the money will be returned to those who donated. While many have found the fundraiser amusing, Corinne isn't laughing.
"This is not a joke anymore someone took this way too far and is trying to make money for themselves," the Bachelor standout wrote on Instagram on Wednesday. "Raquel is not a slave and my family and I treat her like part of the family. Leave it alone already it's getting old. Grow up. #raquelisfree #celebnanny."

While #Nannygate began at the end of Monday's episode of The Bachelor, when the girls approached Nick Viall with their concerns about Corinne, former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky thinks Corinne is playing up the nanny card for fun.
"This woman is her family's housekeeper. She probably was Corinne's nanny growing up but now she's not her nanny. Corinne still lives with her parents, the housekeeper is still there and still doing things for her, so there's a big distinction there," Fedotowsky, now a mother of one, told ET during a Facebook Live interview on Tuesday. "I hate to be mean, but someone as immature as Corinne thinks it's funny to tell people she has a nanny."
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