As for specifically what happened between Geneva and Melyssa, I wasn’t there. At the last minute, I scrapped it because I didn’t feel it was up to par. The writing just wasn’t my best, and I scrapped it a couple of days before the release and re-wrote the whole thing. It was a really challenging ordeal to get out Don’t Waste Your Pretty, but I’m really happy with the final product. : What’s an area that you feel is a positive change for the ladies on the show this season? Lucas: I would definitely say there is conflict, but there is also a lot of resolution.*major side eye* If you want to check out the rest of the radio show, click on the video below and let us know what you think!Geneva Thomas couldn’t resist taking another crack at co-star Melyssa Ford – even as she pled guilty to attacking her.Melyssa also confesses that she’s on Tinder, the popular dating app.
“But my client did go forward, but we are prepared for the plea.” When Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Lisa Sokoloff asked Thomas if she had indeed “struck an individual named Melyssa Ford with an object causing her to sustain injuries and pain to her head,” Thomas said she did, but she acted in self-defense. Thomas was ordered to complete 10 days of community service, stay away from Ford unless they’re filming and pay 0. After getting to know each other a little better and having mutual friends we tried to behave like grown-ups, or at least not be so confrontational when we see each other.What are you looking forward to most during Blood, Sweat & Heels’ second season?Can Patti help Melyssa learn to lead with her brains and not her body so that she can find a solid relationship?
I mean, he’s drop dead gorgeous and he can’t do anything.
: What was the experience like having to plan a wedding while dealing with everything that comes with taping a reality TV show. It came out a month before my wedding, and I was really overwhelmed with having those two things on my plate. They saw me interact with my fiancé, but we don’t put our dirty laundry out there. But the ends and outs of our marriage, the day-to-day and the problems that we have, that’s not out there for the public.