She's been accused of going on The Bachelor to promote her fashion brand, but does anyone actually know anything about villain Cat Henesey's business?
Cat owns Bali based jewellery brand Henessi which features antique-like necklaces, rings and stunning brooches. All very trendy and fashion forward.
Her pieces range from $60-$200 and if you fancy yourself a T-shirt she also sells those too.
After all, Cat appears have done a stellar job in promoting her business so far.
In episode five of The Bachelor, the bob-haired vixen was forced to explain if she was really on the show for love or fame.
"I can't believe you would think that!" said Cat innocently as Nick questioned her at the cocktail party.
"I'm offended," she gasps.
But it's not only Nick who's left scratching his head about her motives for being on the show.
Nick's sister Bernadette wasn't too impressed with the jewellery designer either wondering if her motives were entirely clear.
'Energy healer' Cayla warned Nick that Cat was a 'snake' and was out to promote herself on the show.
But the 24-year old insists that's not the case.
"I'd say Cayla was a snake herself, we just didn't see too much of it on screen," Cat told TV WEEK.
"If Nick or the other girls want to believe that before getting to know me, that's their choice. But they're bat-sh*t crazy if they believe anything Cayla says, because she's on the loose end of the scale herself!"
But Cat says she can handle whatever the show throws her way.
"You can't worry about what others think of you," she says. "There's no girl code in the mansion, so you've got to be yourself and do what's right for you. That's how I've played it."
Even if that means going in for an awkward kiss with Nick?
"I committed," Cat said.
"You never know when you're going to get another chance with Nick, so I had to go for it. I didn't want to end up friend-zoned like Shannon."
The Bachelor continues on Thursday at 7:30pm on Network TEN.