Kyle Dixon and Sierra Storm won't be rekindling a friendship anytime soon, RadarOnline.com has learned!
"I saw her a few weeks ago and tried to apologize," Dixon told Radar exclusively. "I see her for who she is and I don't like her at all. She's fairly fake. So my apology won't sink in, so no we won't be friends."
As Below Deck fans know, Dixon tried to woo Storm shortly after he arrived to replace Trevor Walker as a deckhand. He took her on a fishing date in between charter guests, but the two ultimately didn't work out.
"I liked Sierra because I thought she was a nice girl and I'm very blinded by beauty," he told Radar of their initial meeting. "So, I could not see her for who she was because she was on the phone the entire time with her f**ng boyfriend. Not cool."
After the date, Storm learned that Dixon left his transgender girlfriend Ashley at home — and made a comment that she usually hears that she looks manly as well.
"Sierra said she looked mannish and she only made that comment on the grounds that I'm attracted to transgender women as well," Dixon told Radar. "I find that sad because I find transgender women to be women as well."
"That means she's very uneducated in that life and very insecure," he slammed. "That's unfair. She was attractive whether or not she was a woman. That's irrelevant."
Dixon added that he decided to open up about his relationship to encourage others to be more open about dating outside the norm, and previously told Radar that he has hooked up with transgender women for years.
But, Storm later slammed Ashley on the show when she came to visit. Dixon declined to comment on her comments for now, explaining that their tensions will unfold throughout the rest of the season.
Watch Below Deck, Tuesdays on Bravo, to watch their drama unfold!
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