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A former “Bachelor” star posted a very uncomfortable video.

A former “Bachelor” contestant is losing big points with animal lovers and fans of the franchise.

Caila Quinn, who starred on Ben Higgins’ season of The Bachelor and almost became The Bachelorette, is in hot water after posting an abusive video to her Instagram Stories. On Friday, April 15, 2022, those following Quinn watched in horror as someone working in their garden cut off a snake’s head. Not only did Quinn film the moment, but she also posted it online.

“Animal lovers won’t look at my next story. This is your warning,” Quinn wrote. In the next video, she showed how the snake was decapitated with scissors.

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Several people have reported Quinn on Instagram

fans went to Reddit to discuss the disturbing video, and many claimed to have reported the post on Instagram.

“I reported your profile! It’s bloody horrible.” said one Redditor.

“Reported her account too.” someone else added.

Additionally, a few threads were started to discuss Quinn’s decision to post such a video. Several Redditors expressed how upset they were after seeing it.

“I’m just curious as to why she thought posting this would be a good idea. Even if she thought that was okay for some reason, would you think she would have the common sense not to post it? That’s what shocks me so much. She’s an influencer, she knows how it works and how quickly people get canceled. Did she really think that warning “animal lovers” not to look at the next slide would stop people from speaking out? You don’t have to be an ‘animal lover’ to know this is all screwed up.” one person commented in a thread about the video.

“I’m so disgusted. How can a person not find that incredibly cruel? Why isn’t she getting a backlash for that? I checked out her Instagram and there are literally no comments on it. She must be held accountable. You don’t kill an innocent animal because you don’t like it. Imagine if that were a dog? A kitten?” someone else wrote.

“I have a phobia when it comes to snakes, but I never want them killed. Especially when it’s non-toxic and a threat, I know having them in the garden is often helpful. I really understand being scared of them but filming it for views and content is incomprehensible to me. read a third comment.

“This breaks my heart. I can’t believe someone not only does this, but enjoys it and posts about it openly. Rest in peace innocent snake. You deserve better,” added a fourth person.


Quinn released a public apology

Although Reddit users said that their comments and likes from comments on the video on Quinn’s other Instagram posts were deleted by the former reality star, she apologized on April 16, 2022.

“It takes time to adjust to a new environment,” Quinn wrote on her Instagram Stories. “Sometimes we don’t always get it right the first time, we learn as we go,” read the background words on Quinn’s Instagram Stories.

“I’m sorry about my stories the other day. I was a little hypersensitive to snakes after narrowly hitting a rattlesnake in the garage and finding another under my car in the front yard. (Both were relocated by humans),” Quinn wrote.

“But on Friday my anxiety got the better of me because I didn’t want Ash to get used to garden snakes and think it’s okay to play with deadly ones too. I think I’m still getting used to living in a city for 10+ years and moving to Texas with a lot of new creatures. I care for animals and have donated to a local animal shelter… I’m so sorry and I promise to do better,” her apology continued.

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