"but I said fine, dancing with him wasn't something to cause trouble over or question her psycho ways." That can be interpreted to mean that she said exactly that to him. I will grant that it is possible that I am wrong, but that would be making an assumption.
Not really. I'd just assume it was a case of faulty punctuation.
"But I said 'Fine.' Dancing with him..." - i.e. she only said fine out loud, the rest were internal thoughts.
We still continued to talk on the phone quite often, and he started telling me about this girl he met. I note that you don't bother to tell us anything about her, not even a "great girl" or "he's in love with her"; just "this girl he met".
If talking to a friend, yes. When posting on eHell? Raises no flags for me at all.
So things progress and I find out he is engaged to Jennifer. I wondered why since we were still great friends why he hadn't called and told me yet. We had contact through their whole relationship. Perhaps she wasn't aware of it until he proposed? Perhaps she didn't feel she had a right to object until then?
I honestly don't understand your comment in green. You're playing the pronoun game
Who wasn't aware? Who didn't feel she had a right to object? And object against what?
As for the rest, I agree with Wolfie. No, the OP doesn't come out smelling like roses even without your comments, but you made a lot of assumptions that made her seem even worse than she managed to herself.