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The 27-year-old former "Bachelorette" star was recently spotted working out in what appeared to be close proximity with neighbors despite social distancing being highly encouraged throughout the country.
Fans were quick to voice concerns over Cameron's behavior, claiming that he wasn't taking the coronavirus outbreak -- and subsequent self-isolation measures -- seriously.
In a series of tweets on Thursday morning, Cameron explained the situation.
"I'd like to address this tmz article that has people upset about social distancing," he began. "I am just like y'all and am taking this serious. There are loved ones that I miss because I can't see them just like y'all, and even worse people still getting sick."
The images in question pictured Cameron exercising outside with a mystery blonde, who is apparently a friend of his younger brother Ryan.
"I take these precautions very seriously but you try and keep a bunch of grown folk to comply with all the rules you're trying to set. Not the easiest of tasks," he continued. "But back to the article, some neighbors were running sprints, one goes to school and plays sports with Ryan."
Cameron said he "challenged them to some sprints."
"After our workout and we talked for a bit... from a distance," the reality star explained. "But you guys seem to like to jump to conclusions about everything without any real context so I thought I'd give y'all the context."
He added: "Now going to clean my house for all the Facebook moms. Have a good day."
Cameron has been in quarantine with a large group of people, as displayed on his Instagram.
Recently, he shared a photo of himself, his brother and a few others playing on a slip and slide.
"The @thequarantinecrew had a wavy day," read the caption, tagging the group's Instagram page, which has detailed some of the antics that Cameron and his friends -- which even included "Bachelorette" star Hannah Brown -- have been up to.