Uh oh! Cody Simpson‘s ex-girlfriend Clair Wuestenberg just took to Instagram to accuse the Anastasia star of emotional abuse. Wait, what?

You heard that correctly, folks. Apparently, the 22-year-old broke up with the model in a really horrible way, leaving her heartbroken and wanting to air out the truth of their relationship. She started her Instagram rant with a poem, which called out her ex for being a “narcissistic conman” and a “self-righteous pig.”

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While that alone is enough to raise eyebrows, the model didn’t stop there. Without specifically naming any names, she revealed on her Instagram Stories that the singer broke up with her and that he allegedly treated her terribly while they were together.

“The more I’ve been talking to people, the more I can step back and see myself for who I am rather than identifying with the relationship I’ve been in,” she said. “I guess I should address the situation so people know what I’m talking about. My boyfriend broke up with me, and in a really, really sh–ty way. I’d like to tell everybody about it, but I’m sure it would be not so good for his career, so I’ll keep it quiet.”

NGL, we were totally expecting her to leave it at that, but she then went on to talk in-depth about emotional abuse in relationships, not-so-subtly hinting that she was a victim of such abuse during her time with the “Pretty Brown Eyes” crooner.

“What I do want to talk about is emotional abuse and how when you are abused emotionally, and you’re torn from one way to the other, and you feel that you need to express yourself in some way, do what you need to do. Write poetry and don’t feel like you should take it down. Speak out and don’t feel bad about it. Talk to other people that can relate because, you know what? You need to build yourself back up. You need to build your life back up. You need to build your friend groups back up, and you need to get out of the stanky a–, gross relationship that you were in, and that’s how you heal.”

Of course, that’s great advice for anyone who’s stuck in an abusive relationship. Soon after that, though, her Instagram Stories got very personal, and at one point it seemed like she was talking to the “La Da Dee” singer directly.

“Don’t let somebody tell you that you’re overly emotional about a situation,” she said. “No, dude. You treated me like garbage. Go f–k yourself. Go f–k everything. I’m done.”

After the model finished expressing her frustrations and explaining the importance of getting out of emotionally abusive situations, she shared two photos of herself. In one of them, she held up the middle finger and wrote “#MeToo,” which is a very well-known movement that supports survivors of sexual assault. In the other, she threw up loose shaka signs, a symbol often used by surfers. Considering Cody’s been a surfer his whole life and even has an album called Surfers Paradise, Clair’s message is pretty clear.

If you need support, The National Sexual Assault Hotline is available 24/7 at 1-800-656-4673. You will be connected with a trained staff member in your area. Or visit RAINN.org to chat online one-on-one with a support specialist at any time.

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