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Carlton Morton Speaks Out About ‘Love Is Blind’ Experience, But Did He Just Throw Shade At ‘RHOA’s Cynthia Bailey?

Carlton Morton Speaks Out About ‘Love Is Blind’ Experience, But Did He Just Throw Shade At ‘RHOA’s Cynthia Bailey?

We usually stick to cable TV for our reality content but like everyone else, we’re just as obsessed with Love Is Blind.

Carlton Morton appeared on the first season of the Netflix reality show and many Bravo viewers recognized him as the former assistant to The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Cynthia Bailey.

In a now-infamous scene on the Bravo hit, Carlton got into it with now-villain Kenya Moore and was escorted out of Cynthia’s modeling agency.

WATCH: Carlton Morton, Kenya Moore, And Cynthia Bailey On RHOA

The drama seems to follow Carlton as he got himself into a pretty tricky situation on the Netflix show and he is since speaking out about his experience and he may have shaded Cynthia in the process.

In a new interview with TMZ, Carlton echoed what he recently posted on Instagram and claims to be getting therapy following his time on the show.

In the post, he complained that he had “argued for tons of people” who are now not coming to his defense after the release of Love Is Blind. (He reportedly didn’t tell his fiance Diamond about his sexuality until after their engagement.)

Carlton is clearly experiencing the dark side of reality TV and it makes sense that he may want to distance himself from the show. We’re just not sure that calling out any of his former friends is the way to go about it.

Love Is Blind is now streaming on Netflix.

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