Following last night's eviction, Sogand also dished on her feud with Abbie Chatfield with 10 Daily, admitting says she blames her for, basically, pretty much everything that went wrong during her time on the hit Channel Ten series.
After watching the show back, the controversial contestant said she was too caught up in the drama with her rival— who she had it out with on multiple occasions— to really make a strong connection with Matt.
"It was hard for me to sit quietly when I could see her pretending to be one thing in front of Matt, and different when the cameras weren't rolling," she told 10 Daily after exiting the Bachie mansion. "I wanted [Matt] to know who was there for the right reasons, and for that reason, I got involved with Abbie too much," she lamented.
She echoed a similar sentiment on KIIS FM this morning, admitting: "I didn't play it right. I wanted him to have time with everyone and I wanted him to choose the right girl. I was really looking out for him. If I could go back I would focus on my connection with Matt, be a bit more forward and let him know how I feel rather than let him try and work it out."
In a tell-all interview last month, Sogand criticised frontrunner Abbie for her "manipulative" behaviour, claiming she's "putting on an act" to try and win the astrophysicist over.
"I couldn't hold back after seeing how Abbie was one way in front of us girls when the cameras were rolling, then another way to Matt. She is a manipulator and it is time I tell her how it is," she dished to Sunday Confidential.
The Sydney based civil engineer— who scored the first date with the hunky Bachelor— also revealed she wouldn't normally associate with "people like Abbie" and still can't comprehend her "malicious" behaviour which she says was the cause of "all this drama".
"I think she is very young and I don't think she understands that some of us are older and can see through the bulls--t," she claimed.