Dale Moss is shaded by Clare Crawley as he steps out with blogger Thania Peck.
Clare Crawley is unlikely to watch ex-fiancandeacute; Dale Moss' acting debut.
"Love, Game, Match," a new romance film from Reel One Entertainment, stars the former football player.
Crawley appeared to accuse him of being phony in their relationship the day after the trailer was released.
On December 14, 2021, the 40-year-old wrote in her Instagram Story, "For the record, you guys can stop sending me all the acting reel clips... I had a front row seat to that since day one."
In September 2021, Crawley and Moss officially ended their on-again, off-again relationship.
They met on season 16 of "The Bachelorette," and they were engaged before the show ended.
Jana Kramer's "Whine Down" podcast featured her in October.
"My greatest regret is trusting the process andmdash; trusting a man's words and who he showed me to be," Crawley said.
"I don't think that's a regret because I trusted someone, that I believed they were who they said they were or that they would keep their promises when they get down on one knee," she says.
In November 2021, Juan Pablo Galavis' runner-up was linked to comedian Jeff Dye, though Us Weekly reported that the relationship was "nothing serious."
While it's unclear whether Moss and Peck are romantically involved, the two have known each other since at least 2018.
The two reportedly attended a "Blindspotting" party that year, according to Page Six.
"They were photographed with another friend" at the premiere of the documentary "Becoming Cousteau" in October 2021, according to the publication.
According to IMDb, Moss plays Ted alongside Cristine Prosperi in "Love, Game, Match," which is also known as "Putting Love to the Test."
"Degrassi: The Next Generation," "Bring It On; Worldwide-hashtag-Cheersmack," and "Open Heart" are among Prosperi's other credits.
According to the film's description, "When economics teacher and newcomer Liz challenges her high school students to create business plans, she has no idea that the class winners will actually start their own matchmaking service!"
"Asked to create her own profile to assist them in launching their careers, as well as team up with handsome tennis coach Ted to plan the school carnival, Liz must navigate the dynamics of this new school, as well as the algorithms of her own heart."
There is currently no release date for the film, though it is scheduled to be released in 2022 according to IMDb.
It's also unclear which platform or channel the film will be released on, though previous Reel One Entertainment productions have aired on Lifetime and Hallmark.