Love Is Blind's resident mean girl is owning up to her actions.
After Micah Lussier's conduct on season four of the Netflix reality dating series earned her the title of villain, the 27-year-old took to social media to atone.
"To the viewers that I've hurt, I'm sorry I've triggered so many of you with my behavior," Micah posted to Instagram Stories March 28. "Seeing that person on the screen would make me feel the same anger."
"I have apologized privately to the people that were hurt on the show by my hands," Micah wrote. "I would like to apologize publicly. An emotional immaturity was shown and I will grow from it."
Micah and her Love Is Blind bestie Irina Solomonova irked fans with their catty alliance during the first batch of season four episodes, which dropped March 24 on the streamer.
In particular, Micah and Irina sparked controversy for laughing at the misery of the other women on the show and for the way they treated cast mate Bliss Poureetezadi—who had also formed a connection with Irina's top choice Zach Goytowski.
"Micah and Irina from love is blind season 4 are literally the worst people to ever be on the show," one viewer tweeted, while another wrote, "If you're watching Love Is Blind season 4 and don't immediately dislike Micah and Irina…we cannot be friends."
The marketing manager from Seattle—who, spoiler alert, got engaged to fiancé Paul Peden in the pods—also addressed claims that she was shielding herself from criticism by having her Instagram comments turned off.
"I will turn them on in time," Micah wrote. "I am doing my best to protect my mental health (deserved or not). It has always been something I've struggled with, and I know I can not better myself if I'm more unwell mentally. I hope you understand that I am taking accountability privately."
Check out the next part of Micah's journey—if you dare—when the next three episodes of Love Is Blind season four drop March 31 on Netflix.