The Chico resident made a surprise appearance at this week's cocktail party in a last-minute bid to join the race for Ben Flajnik's heart. However, some of the other bachelorettes were less than happy with her presence, making several jibes both in person and on camera.
On a recent conference call with reporters, Newton was asked whether she had plans to confront any of the bachelorettes at the Women Tell All taping.
"I'm hoping to have apologies from some of them, to be honest. I even stated to the girls that I put myself in their shoes and said I understand I'm not here to make best friends, but don't be rude. Watching someone say that you're ugly and have big thighs and talking about their body image and calling them a bitch and dumpster trash is so unladylike.
She added: "I'm hoping at the Women Tell All that I get apologies from them. I will honestly probably walk out if I sit there and get picked on again. A girl can only take so much and I defended myself for two and a half hours before. That won't happen again."
However, she told reporters that not every woman had been rude towards her.
"Jennifer was one girl that didn't say anything rude to my face or that I saw behind my back to the camera," she said. "Kacie B was very pleasant, she even offered to share a room with me if I stayed, which is really nice, and Lindzi too was pretty sweet to my face, but then when I watched on Monday hearing what Lindzi said kind of surprised me. And Kacie B said everything was happening because of me. I don't think I can make anyone pass out, but okay!"
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Newton also revealed that the reception from the women led her to cry in the bathroom before the rose ceremony, although that wasn't shown on camera.
"I was there for a couple of hours having to defend myself and a girl can only take so much. I was ready to walk out. There was a time when Chris walked in and said it was time for the rose ceremony, I snuck off to the bathroom and I cried for a couple of minutes. Not because of Ben, but because of the women.
"They were just so harsh to me. Defending myself for two and a half hours was exhausting so I cried for a little bit, regained my composure, and went back to the rose ceremony."
Flajnik ultimately chose not to give Newton - whom he had conversed with before becoming The Bachelor - a rose on the basis that it would be unfair to the other women.
Newton originally appeared on our screens as one of Brad Womack's suitors on his second season of The Bachelor.
The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.