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Stephen Colletti says 'Laguna Beach' producers made him look like an imposter

Stephen Colletti is setting the record straight.

In arecent episode of his podcast "Back to the Beach,"the reality TV star told co-host and ex-girlfriend Christine of his Cavallari filming "Laguna Beach." Made it look like a scammer inside.

During the show's early seasons, Colletti and Cavallari, who dated as teenagers, apparently had a love triangle with co-star Lauren Conrad. However, he claimed it was because of the way the show was edited. Because there will be moments when you and I part," the 36-year-old actor told Cavallari.

"And [the producers] knew that Lauren and I were dating and were very good friends. And, you know, something obviously happened at a certain time. But whenever we were together, I never stepped out to you like that

Stephen Colletti and Kristin Cavallari
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Colletti — who recently became Instagram official with his girlfriend Alex Weaver — see this stitched-up version of reality. "My blood boiled," he added.

Cavallari, who was only 17 when "Laguna Beach" first aired, said that "everyone on the show" had a certain personality, whether it suited their personality or not. He added that he was forced to fit into the "box" of

"They decided, 'Okay, this is how Stephen looks, I don't care what's really going on in his life,'" she explained. We keep hitting that house and we keep coming back to the same storyline."

Lauren Conrad and Stephen Colletti

The former reality star made it interesting TV for whatever story they wanted, though the producers "filled the gap."

"With their editorial genius, you have to give it to them. They really worked out this storyline," Colletti said, adding that people on the show were like, "They It never occurred to me that certain parts of us could be pulled," he added.

On the other hand, the 35-year-old founder of Uncommon James,feels like he's "always the bad guy", and he's criticized for his reality as his series aired early on. , there was no way to tell your own side of the story. The 2000s — long before Instagram and Twitter.

She said to Colletti.

Alex Weaver and Stephen Colletti

In the previous episode, Cavallari also talked about Did. She was seen as a "villain" and the producers boxed her in from the beginning, he said. I think I was obviously watching," said Cavallari, who also starred in the 2006 spin-off The Hills.

``I had a strong personality.

Previously, Cavallari told Page Six,while she and Colletti were recording a new podcast,

However, she kept silent about the development of some romantic feelings between them.