Bachelorette Hannah Brown makes out with boyfriend Adam Woolard on date after fan backlash over 'antebellum party' pics

BACHELOR alum Hannah Brown didn't have a care in the world as she enjoyed a leisurely bike ride and public displays of affection with her new boyfriend.

The Bachelorette star – who has found herself in the middle of controversy over antebellum dresses in recent weeks – was pictured in Los Angeles.


The 26-year-old biked to meet a friend for lunch before she met up with boyfriend Adam Woolard for some serious PDA.

Wearing navy blue metallic leggings and a bright tie-dye shirt, Hannah stood out as she cycled through the streets on a pale blue bike with wicker basket.

But it seems the reality star is also in the mood for some self-help as she was spotted holding a copy of the self-help book, Buy Yourself the F**king Lilies.

It aims to encourage readers to remember they are "worth the things that instantly makes your life better."







The outing comes after Hannah was accused of once attending a "racist antebellum party" after the Rachael Kirkconnell controversy.

Fans of the show have claimed that Hannah, 26, was also photographed at an "plantation – themed event" like Rachael, who has since issued an apology.

The Bachelorette star supposedly posted pictures from a similar party on Instagram before hastily removing it.

One fan tweeted out screenshots of the photo of Hannah – who was accused of saying the n-word in an Instagram video last year – posing in an Old South-style gown with an unidentified companion in college back in 2014.



In the caption, the reality star said she was attending "my Tuscaloosa Belles presentation" followed by the hashtag #toocute.

Outraged users issued their condemnation on Twitter and pointed out that "all have been silent on this since the Chris Harrison / Racheal Kirkconnel interviews."

Others leapt to Hannah's, with one fan noting that she "was selected as a Tuscaloosa Belle to be a representative/host w/ probably 50 other girls."

"They present them at a ceremony," she said.


"My city has Belles too & some were black girls who signed up. Educate yourself on what you are seeing before you attack."

The Tuscaloosa Belles is based in Hannah's home state of Alabama and describes itself as being committed to "history, knowledge, beauty [and] grace."

Before deleting the controversial post, Hannah said: "Lord knows I've made mistakes, but I have learned this past year if we want to move forward we have to confront where we have fallen short.


"And it's so important that we lift up and listen and value and encourage underrepresented voices. We just have to be better."

"While being accountable has helped me so much as a person, I'm still not a perfect person.

"But I do remain committed to the work and I'm so humbled and truly grateful to be on this journey and I can only hope that I can encourage others to educate themselves."

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