Ben, in all his tiptoeing smoothness, just asks Lauren B directly: are you different in the house than you are around me? TELL ME!!! She of course doesn't really have any way to prove to him that she's just a normal, everyday non-psychopath. She honestly doesn't know why anyone would say such mean untruths about her. Lauren B gets back to the group and alerts everyone that someone ratted her out, with lies. Leah knows she's busted, and so of course starts flailing around saying things like "Oh heyyyyyyyy!! What are you guys talking aboutttttttt?" and "I didn't say anything," and "I would NEVER be the kind of person to single someone out and be like, 'oh, Lauren B, whatever'." She's the worst liar ever. Everyone who ever gets the chance should play Leah in the classic family card game Bullshit.
After a long hard day of nobody understanding or liking Ben, Amanda gets the date rose, and is thrilled to spend at least one more week away from her very lonely neglected children.
The Leah Aftermath
She's not done just yet, no she's not. Leah sneaks up to Ben's room and says she doesn't want to talk bad things about Lauren B, but, hey, there are situations in which she doesn't care enough, and she doesn't come across as genuine (or Ginuwine, if we're being honest), and that she's catty. The really interesting thing here is that these are the exact same things girls say about the truly bad girls who legitimately are non-genuine and catty, and it makes you realize why the Bachelors have such a hard time hearing that: partially because they've had their eardrums battered by unknown musicians playing pseudo-romantic songs, yes, but also because, in a lot of ways, you never know what to believe from these girls.