"In the moment, I felt so much sincerity," Hebert said of Williams, 28. "I know [fans will] say my radar's off, but I felt in my heart he was being genuine. I looked for the good in him and I gave him a shot. Watching it, I'm thinking, 'Why didn't I see that?' I saw what I wanted to see and that was my big problem."
Choosing to believe Williams instead of heeding the warning offered to her by former contestant Michelle Money, who said Williams was only on the show to promote his business, Hebert knows she's indebted to Money.
"I haven't spoken to [Michelle], but I owe her a phone call. And a big thank you," Hebert said.