Amanda Stanton and Josh Murray fell in love on "Bachelor in Paradise," but things didn't work out for them. They have since moved on and split, but recently seem to be trying to work out their relationship. Josh recently revealed that Amanda's daughters call him dad, but their father is now speaking out and denying those claims.

What did Nick Buonfiglio have to say?

Josh Murray was quoted talking about how he doesn't just miss Amanda Stanton, but he actually really misses her daughters as well. In this interview, Josh said "We’ve been spending a lot of time together again.

The kids are already calling me Daddy and everything.” They weren't together for that long, but right after getting engaged on "Bachelor in Paradise" Josh moved to California and moved in with Amanda and her girls.

Now Amanda's ex Nick is speaking out and wants everyone to know that this isn't true at all. He spoke to In Touch Weekly and shared saying, "I know for a fact that my kids have never once called him Daddy. They haven’t even asked about him in months." He went on to explain that he feels like Josh is using Amanda to make his image better and that she doesn't have any plans to get back together with him regardless of what Josh is saying. Amanda isn't really saying what is going on with them right now.

Right now, it is just Josh Murray's word against Nick Buonfiglio's word. Everyone has to decide who they believe and what is really going on. Since Josh and Amanda split, he has been saying that he misses the girls and was even spotted kissing Amanda, but they haven't ever admitted to officially being back together. They seem to be still be living on opposite sides of the country right now.

Do you believe Josh Murray or Nick Buonfiglio? Do you think that Josh and Amanda should be together? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss "Bachelor in Paradise' when it returns to ABC this summer. Josh and Amanda are both single again, so you never know if one of them might decide to give finding love in paradise another chance.