I told her there was no way I'd eat orange

If converted to direct speech, which option is right, or something else ?

(a) I told her, " Iwill not eat orange in anyway."

(b) I told her, Iwill never eat orange.'

(c) I told her, "there is no way I will eat orange."
I said to her, 'There is no way I will eat an orange.'
To me it's 3., but I'd say "there is no way I'll eat an/that orange"
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for me...i think the answer is letter b