'Bachelor' Contestant Andi Dorfman Mocks Juan Pablo Galavis

PHOTO: In this file photo, Andi Dorfman of ABCs "The Bachelor" is pictured.

Talk about a messy breakup.

Andi Dorfman, the Atlanta attorney who became a fan favorite on "The Bachelor", dumped Juan Pablo Galavis on last night's episode of "The Bachelor" and, it seems, she's still not fully over it.

"Waking up this morning I could not wait to get out of the fantasy suite. The fantasy suite turned into a nightmare," she said on the show. "I saw a side to him that I didn't really like. The whole night was a disaster."

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After she confronted Juan Pablo, he told her that it was "OK," a response that only irked the 26-year-old more: "It's not OK," she said. I left behind family and friends, a job. I missed a wedding and things. I did that all willingly. I put myself out there, it's not OK. ... You saying it's OK comes off as you not having feelings."

But she wasn't done yet. Last night, as the episode aired, Andi took to Twitter to mock Juan Pablo, with the back-up of fellow former contestants, Sharleen, who also took herself out of the competition early, and Kelly.

"Esss oh-kay," Sharleen wrote, along with a photo of Andi, pretending to cry.

"I leave you with some words of wisdom... Always remember... Eeees okay," added Andi, seemingly mocking Juan Pablo's accent.

However, she also pointed out that she doesn't regret her time on the show.

"Love all the support! Even though it didn't work out, I had the most amazing experience of my life!" she wrote. "Truly grateful! #noregrets #Bachelor"

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