Credit: WENN Photo: Elizabeth and Jesse Face the Judges in the Bachelor Pad Finale
Is the Elizabeth Kitt fan page known as http://elizabethkittfanpage.com really written by Elizabeth Kitts? Jesse Kovacs thinks it is. Actually, he believes it's written by Elizabeth and her best friend. He also believes some of the comments on the page are hurting his career. 

Before you ask, "What career? He's a winemaker, working with his brother?" listen to this a portion of the Elizabeth fan page from Sept. 15: "At the finale, she handled herself with poise as she was forced to sit next to the Bachelor Pad’s ultimate jerk (and ex beau) Jesse Kovacs. When 'Kovacs' started talking about how it wasn’t wrong to want to keep all the money, I could tell by the look on Elizabeth’s face that had the situation been different and it was Elizabeth and Kovacs making the final decision, she would have chosen 'Share,' and he would have chosen 'Keep.' "She’s such a self-less and giving person, while he’s a selfish manipulator only looking out for his own best interests. I’m so glad Elizabeth is moving on from him, but I’m sure it’s hard on her. Nobody likes to be emotionally taken advantage of."

This trashing of Kovacs can be found pretty much everywhere on the web. But apparently this particular blog got a lot of traffic from Kovacs's friends, who let him know how he was being treated. "Friends were calling me all day telling me that they were reading things about me online that Elizabeth had been saying," Kovacs told Us Magazine. "Honestly, she is entitled to say whatever she wants about herself, just as long as she doesn't try to attack my character. When she starts talking about my personal life, that's where I draw the line."

"I think it's pretty unfortunate that she is resorting to such measures to promote herself and put me down by writing a blog, acting as if it is some random fan in the middle of America," said Kovacs. 

Kovacs says he has no plans to take to a blog to make his own attacks. "I know a lot of personal things about Elizabeth that she would never want to be public knowledge. I would never stoop to that level, and I would never do that to her."

Source: Us Magazine