Bachelorette star Dale Moss' 'fling' Eleonora Srugo slams him after he gets back together with ex-fiancee Clare Crawley

BACHELORETTE star Dale Moss' 'fling' Eleonora Srugo slammed him after he reunited with his ex-fiancee Clare Crawley.

The real estate agent vehemently denied a romance with "platonic friend" Dale during his brief split from Clare, who he got engaged to two weeks after meeting on The Bachelorette.

One social media follower messaged Eleonora to say: "You bought Kardashian hips to get the likes of Dale? He’s nothing special and has no money."

The 32-year-old pinned the comment and replied: "Preach, girl. [I] didn’t pay for my hips, got it from my mama. Def never used them for that [punk]. ‘Has no money’ may be the only factual part of this comment."

Eleonora stood up for herself again when a second bully wrote: "You’re so little and chunky. Why would [Dale] cheat with you on [Clare]? LOL."

She responded: "He didn’t. I would never! Not before, during or after. No shot. Thanks for calling me little, but I prefer thick over chunky!"

When another commented on her photo having "some very vibrant moss" in the background, and someone joked, "Yeah, kinda reminds me of like … Dale?" Eleonora replied: "Much more beautiful, no?"

The shade came less than a month after she denied rumors she had cheated with Dale.

"Dale and I are – and have been – platonic friends for years," she said at the time.

"We have never been romantically involved in any way. I was excited for his engagement and only wish him all the best.

"We have never been involved, dating or [romantic] in any way whatsoever. Any claims we have dated or were romantically involved are blatant lies."

Her statement was just a couple of days after Dale, 32, announced his split from Clare, 39, after six months together.

He wrote on Instagram on January 19: "I wanted to share with you all that Clare and I have decided to go our separate ways.

"We appreciate the love and support we’ve received from so many people, but this is the healthiest decision for both of us at this time.

"We strongly believe in leading with love and always remaining true to oneself – something our families have taught and instilled in us throughout our lives.

"We only hope the best things for one another."

On January 21, Bachelor in Paradise's Clare issued her own thoughts, admitting she was "crushed."

She wrote: "I was made aware of a ‘mutual’ statement at the same time you all were, so I’ve needed some time to really digest this.

"Speaking for myself, my intentions with this relationship have always been very clear, so the truth is I am crushed."

Since then the former flames appear to be back together.

On February 16, they were seen hanging out together at in Venice, Florida.

The pair also shared identical Instagram Stories of their dinner at Rosebuds Steak and Seafood House.

They also just shared identical ocean view photos on their Instagram accounts.

It's believed the reason for the split was because Dale became commitment-shy despite proposing to her on TV.

But rumors swirled of a fling with Eleonora.

During the split, Clare dyed her blonde hair pink and shared with fans that she was dealing with anxiety and panic attacks.

She said: "I held it in and tried to play strong and be strong for so long – I am a strong person but like – I tried to be that for so long that I didn't share my struggles with anxiety and what I was going through because I don't want to be a victim.

"I still don't want to be that, but I think there's so much to be said about being human and seeing each other as humans.

"Long story short, thinking about how I haven't shared much with you because I'm trying to put out there that we are survivors.

She continued: "We're thrivers, we do try our best for happiness and I did you guys a disservice and myself a disservice.

"Sharing what you're going through and the not so perfect parts or the struggles, I think when you open yourself up to share the stuff you're going through, not as a victim, but vulnerability and more as the human side of you.

"It gives people the opportunity to relate to it and share their own struggles."

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