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The Bachelor Apparently Banged Three Girls This Season, Great Example For His Daughter

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I don’t know if you were as mesmerized by the shit show that was this season of The Bachelor as I was, but if you were watching, you probably remember Juan Pablo talking a lot about his daughter, Camila. A lot. A lot a lot. As in, every sentence where his mouth wasn’t insulting gay people or physically on the mouth of one of the female contestants, he was mentioning his daughter and how desperate he was to set a good example for her.

Which is great and all — what’s more adorable than a single dad devoted to his daughter? — except for the fact that he’s rumored to have slept with three women this season. That’s right, the same guy who would arbitrarily decide mid-episode that he wasn’t going to kiss anyone for the rest of the day (only to change his mind as soon as Clare came around) is rumored to have done a lot more than kiss with three separate ladies. And that’s not from a mystery source, either — it’s from Cassandra, one of the other women on the season and a single mother herself:

“There was a lot that they edited out. I am pretty sure that he banged three people [during the show].’

She doesn’t say whom, but if I had to guess, it’d be Clare, Andi, and Nikki, all of whom had Fantasy Suite dates, although Andi walked off the show soon after hers because JP was being a big ‘ol dick to her.

I’d love to feign astonishment at this, but it’s kind of hard, considering the complete ass-douche that Juan made of himself all season, but especially during the finale and After The Final rose show on Monday night. He’s been with Nikki for four months since the show ended, and still can’t get any more serious with his feelings about her than the ‘I like you a lot’ that he offered up in lieu of a proposal.

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  • StarNerd
    • Alexis Rhiannon

      I accept your offer of a high-profile relationship!

  • Elizabeth Aspen

    Thank the lord I gave up tv six years ago.

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      Yeah, you’re one of the lucky ones.

    • whiteroses

      Yep. And I’ve been hate-reading Juan Pablo’s Twitter today.
      Dude’s a dbag. Nuff said.

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      He LOVES those CAPS!

    • whiteroses

      And they MAKE no SENSE!

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      I’m obsessed.

    • whiteroses

      It’s like watching a natural disaster in slow motion.

  • Kelly

    He sounds douchey for other reasons but I don’t think being promiscuous is setting a bad example for your children. I’m fine with my children growing up to be promiscuous adults. I just hope they protect themselves as I’ve taught them.

    • whiteroses

      It’s probably a bad example when you keep claiming how honest you are and how you won’t kiss a woman because you “respect” her… and yet you treat them all like crap. They say you marry a guy who reminds you of your father. For Camila’s sake- I hope that’s not true.

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      Did you watch the season? He made a really big deal about not kissing too many people because he wanted to set a good example for his daughter. He literally said it every episode.

    • EX

      Agree. It’s more about the hypocrisy than the promiscuity.

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      Absolutely. No issues with promiscuity.

  • EX

    He clearly is a d-bag but I think not proposing and saying “I like you and I’d like to see where this goes” is the most sane thing anyone’s ever said at the end of one of these shows. And, as much of a douchebag as JP is, I thought Chris Harrison’s attempt to get him to say “I love you” when he didn’t want to was equally annoying.

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      Yeahhh I agree with you on some level, but on another, you kind of have to surrender your ideas of reality once you sign onto a show like The Bachelor. People can’t ever really feel as strongly as they say they do by the end of the show, but they’re being paid to play a role, and Juan Pablo’s current behavior is damaging that brand. That’s what’s douchey about it, not the honesty part. As Andi said when she left, there’s a difference between being honest and being an asshole.

    • EX

      Like I said, I agree the guy’s a douche. The patronizing way he treated Andi and Clare when they tried to express their concerns made that evident. I guess I just have an issue with the entire premise of the show. I always think it’s so funny when, after a date, the bachelor and date say “oh! I can see real potential/I’m falling for him/etc.” when they never seem to have any real conversations about anything. It was for that reason that I found Andi’s complaints funny – you got all the way to the fantasy suite and just now realized the guy never once asked you anything about you? Anyway, I should probably just not watch the show. Ha! And I agree he’s a douche but not for not proposing and not saying “I love you.”

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      You are so not alone in having an issue with the premise of the show. Right there with you.

      If it helps your understanding at all, the girls are all coached by the producers in what to say week-to-week, just to keep the through-line standard for the audience. That’s why they all start dropping L-bombs at the same time.

    • whiteroses

      For me, it’s not that he didn’t propose. That, I could respect. It was his words and actions all season long. Plus the fact that he demanded privacy, with woman he met on a national television show that was all about finding him a relationship. He hooked up with at least three people on national TV- and one hookup was actually filmed- and wanted to keep things “private”. The mind boggles. It’s not as if he didn’t know what he was signing up for.

      Logic didn’t really enter in here.

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      Yeah, agreed.

    • EX

      Agreed.

  • darras

    I find the entire concept of the show to be a bit.. douchey. I mean, what person in their right mind would actually want to compete for some probably vapid idiot on national tv? Surely it’s better to meet someone who might be more into you than they are the fame? And.. you know.. not have to actively compete against eleven other men and/or women for the dubious pleasure of a potential engagement based on nothing but a tv show. Maybe it’s just me.. But I have way too much pride to ever do this kind of thing!