His fatal flaw, it would seem, was choosing his friendship with fellow contestant Jake over a relationship with Flo, meaning he had no woman to offer him a rose and keep him in the competition.
After the show had aired, fellow contestant Leah hinted there was far more to his exit than you could glean for an hour-long episode, writing on Instagram the “player got played”.
However, in an interview with Mamamia, Davey denied there was more to his exit, suggesting Leah was just “sour” after he admitted he regretted taking her on a date.
“I think she is just sour. She just realised what was actually going on, that I was interested in Flo over her and regretted taking her on a date. She knew it all though, we even had an argument about it where I told her if I had my chance again, I would’ve picked Flo. So she knows.
“I don’t need to broadcast stuff on Instagram being a sook. And the end of the day, I was the one who left and I am the one who should be crying about it. She’s just a little brat sometimes.”
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Curiously, Davey went on to state his relationship with Leah after filming is “good”.
“It’s good. It’s fine. I don’t really care what she puts up, if she wants attention then that’s how she’s going to get it.”
Davey went on to explain exactly what happened between himself and Tara, after he went into the show saying he was interested in exploring a relationship with her, only for nothing to eventuate. In the last few months, fans have been convinced the two are dating, after they both uploaded multiple photos together on Instagram.
“She’s one of my best friends and we were just taking some attention away from what was actually going to happen.