Amanda Stanton says she is done with Josh Murray—for good. “The Bachelor” beauty told Entertainment Tonight that rumors that she has reconciled with her controversial ex are just that—rumors. Stanton made it clear that she has no plans to ever get back together with her former fiancé, whom she met last summer on “The Bachelor” spinoff, “Bachelor in Paradise.”

Amanda slammed unnamed “sources” in tabloid articles that have reported that she has reconciled with Josh. Amanda reiterated that she has no idea where the reconciliation rumors are coming from.

Stanton stated that she broke up with Josh in December and they have not gotten back together at any point since then.

The rumor mill runs rampant

Of course, some of the rumors could have come from Josh. In February, Murray revealed that photos of the couple kissing after their breakup were from a post-split date night. While he admitted that he didn’t get back together with Amanda, Josh revealed that he “ran into her” when he came into town for one of his friend's events. "There were conversations that needed to be had, and [we had] a great dinner,” Josh told ET. “It was a good evening. We had a good time.“

Josh also blamed “outside forces and outside factors” for the demise of his relationship with Amanda.

While Stanton has admitted she has seen Josh socially a few times since their split, she told Entertainment Tonight that is just a normal thing when “you're both part of the ‘Bachelor’ family.”

Amanda added that she is not planning to ever get back together with Josh. “He's not trying to get back with me,’ the mom of two added.

“I'm not trying to get back with him. I think we've both moved on."

Trouble after ‘Paradise’

Amanda and Josh’s breakup has not gone entirely smoothly. There have been reports that Josh called the cops on Amanda over a dispute over a car and with threats of legal action against her. Like Josh’s first “Bachelor”-related ex, Andi Dorfman, Amanda has plans to write a book, according to Buddy TV.

Amanda said it has been hard for her not to have an amicable breakup. While she has seemingly shut the door on her “Bachelor” past, Amanda didn’t rule out the possibility of returning to “Bachelor in Paradise” for one more shot at love. Amanda told ET that while she doesn’t really “see’ herself going back to the ABC reality franchise, over the last few months she could “maybe” see it happening. “I don't want to say no for sure, because you never know," Stanton admitted.

“Bachelor in Paradise” premieres in August on ABC.