Jenna Cooper is dating her former Jordan Kimball for accusations that she was secretly dating another man throughout their relationship, first reported through alleged snapshots of text exchanges published by blogger Reality Steve last month.
In a statement obtained by PEOPLE on Monday, a representative of the Bachelor in Paradise Star says the texts were false, and says that Kimball was the one that changed after the cameras stopped shooting in their romance.
"A thorough forensic examination of Jenna's devices by an independent independent expert confirmed definitively that none of the text messages in question came from Jenna's phone," said her representative Steve Honig in the statement. "Given the conclusive findings of the forensic report, Jenna's team is considering all the options available to Jenna in relation to the fraudulent texts."
"After the cameras stopped shooting, Jordan's behavior towards Jenna changed drastically," the statement continues. "He let it be known that there was only room for a celebrity in the relationship, he was more successful and famous than her, she would never earn as much money as he did in anything in life. It was despised and made to feel insignificant and worthless. He continues to discredit her to this day. As painful as it has been for Jenna, she is glad that she has shown her true colors before they got married and began to build a life together. "
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In a copy of the reference forensic examination reviewed by PEOPLE, the security firm Protus3 conducted a digital forensic analysis of Cooper's electronic devices and messaging accounts, concluding that "they did not locate any of the text messages in the form published in realitysteve.com ".
Kimball denied Cooper's accusations and told PEOPLE in a statement: "Anyone who knows me … knows I always say I'm not a celebrity, I do not go around disparaging anyone, I cried when she left just a few hours before that I from Mexico.
In his initial report, which was published when his romantic engagement to the beach was broadcast at the season finale of the show, Reality Steve said that someone who had contacted Cooper during and after his tenure in the program contacted him.
In alleged screen shots, Cooper allegedly told the man: "Jordan and I are not really together, I do not even like it, let alone love it, I'm better than him and, once I can do it, I'll break it forever. And I'll make up a story so that it looks bad if it makes you feel better, it does not mean anything to me and it never has.
Kimball later ended the engagement, but Cooper strongly denied the issue and insisted that the texts were "completely invented."
Kimball then alleged that Cooper's attorney had accused him of creating "fabricated texts" as evidence of the matter.
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Kimball previously told PEOPLE that he is convinced that the accusations against Cooper are true.
"I know my Jenna, and I read those texts and in my heart, I know it's her," he said. "She was saying that she did not, but insinuating the fact that there is a possibility that it would happen, in fact, I do not expect her to have it."
"It felt like a body drop," he continued. "They knocked me down, I'm weak with my knees and I feel like I have rocks in my stomach."