Bachelorette Hannah Brown on Dumping Jed Wyatt After Shocking Betrayal: 'I Still Came Out on Top'

Hannah Brown doesn't regret being the Bachelorette despite her season's ending.

It was a "Bachelorette" betrayal unlike any ever seen before. 

Hannah Brown thought she found her fairy tale man in contestant Jed Wyatt, accepting his proposal. 

But then Brown found out that he had been dating a girl up until the day he started the show. Her name? Haley Stevens, and like Wyatt, she's a country music artist. 

Weeks ago, after Wyatt had popped the question, but before the episode in question had aired, Stevens shared photos of them on a romantic trip to the Bahamas with People magazine, as well as a handwritten note from Wyatt and a text from him right before he had to hand over his phone to the show producers. 

"I love you. Don't forget that," it read. 

After finding out, Brown confronted Wyatt and broke up with him in a dramatic scene that played out on the show's finale Tuesday.

Inside Edition sat down with Brown on Wednesday.

"It's been a whirlwind, that's for sure," she said, adding she's "doing good." "I feel like I still came out on top."

Of Wyatt, she said: "He didn't mean to be malicious in his decisions and choices ... but it's been really difficult."

Asked if she wants a do-over, Brown seemed content with her first run despite how it ended. "I want to take all the good that I have and that's what I remember this experience as," she said. 

Amid all the anger and sadness, there is a glimmer of hope, however. Runner-up Tyler Cameron agreed to go for a drink with Brown when they reunited on camera Tuesday.

"I haven't yet got the chance to pencil that in ... but hopefully soon," she said.