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Temptation Island’s Morgan says she was ‘played’ by Evan, and Kaci offers support

Last March, when Temptation Island Evan Smith and Morgan Lolar got engaged, Evan’s ex Kaci Campbell told Us Weekly, “I wish them the best,” and added: “I know exactly what she’s feeling right now. She’s feeling she’s having to attack and defend herself and she’s going to battle for Evan because deep down inside, I think she knows this is a really messed up situation and Evan is a really messed up guy. I really do hope and pray for her sake it works out, because truly nobody deserves to ever be treated the way that I was treated by that man. I just hope that they really do get married and they really do have a happily ever after. But is that likely? I would bet a lot of money, that they’re probably not gonna live a happily ever after.”

Kaci has apparently turned out to be right, because Morgan tweeted last night that she’s been “played” by Evan.

On Temptation Island season 4, which aired one year ago, Evan Smith broke up with Kaci Campbell to start a relationship with Morgan Lolar, and now their relationship and engagement may be over, which would mean all but one of the Temptation Island couples (Javen and Shari) have split up.

Friday night, Morgan tweeted this:

Is it ever okay for an ENGAGED man to leave his fiancé across the country to “work” but actually has nightly sleepovers with 21yo Instagram models? Oh, and his phone happens to “die” every night at the same time. I know, I’m a dumb ass and everyone saw it coming, but me #played

She didn’t explicitly say that they are not still together, but Morgan suggested this isn’t brand-new information to her, tweeting, “I’ve been crying for weeks.”

Kaci is offering support to Morgan

Campbell at Temptation Island's final bonfire, when Kaci learned Evan would be leaving with Morgan
Evan Smith and Kaci Campbell at Temptation Island’s final bonfire, when Kaci learned Evan would be leaving with Morgan. (Photo by Mario Perez/USA Network)

Kaci has been defending Morgan, tweeting this to her last night: “You’re not dumb. You were in love & wanted to believe in him.”

Morgan replied, “You already know how I feel about believing him over you from the beginning,” to which Kaci replied, “Forgiven. Praying for you girly.”

When someone replied to Morgan that she basically deserved this, because “You lose them the same way you gain them,” Kaci replied, “Be kind. No one deserves to go through this. Especially in the public eye.”

Evan hasn’t posted anything to Twitter since late December, and his last Instagram post was in early December.

In an interview with People this fall, Evan called Morgan “the love of my life.”

In that same interview, Morgan said the couple was receiving a lot of online hate, saying, “We knew there would be haters. I think that there’s a lot more than we expected, but we also know that we’re going to be in it for the long haul.”

In September, Evan posted a photo to Instagram of him with Morgan—a post that was sponsored by the company that sent them on a vacation—and wrote,

“One year ago today we went on our first date and I knew right then and there that you were going to change everything. You are my rock in this crazy world we live in and I can’t wait for our future together. Forever and ever, Amen. Did you ever think that when we were zip lining in Hawaii and sipping champagne that we’d be here a year later? I did. Love you with all my heart!!!”

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