Bachelor Ben Flajnik Caught Cheating!

pp_Ben_Flajnik_cheating.jpg

By Alexis TereszcukRadar Senior Reporter

Watch out Courtney – your guy is kissing another girl!

Bachelor Ben Flajnik has been caught in a scandalous lip lock with someone other than his fiancée Courtney Robertson and RadarOnline.com has the photo proof of the shocking smooch.

PHOTOS: Bachelor Reunion Pics

The finale of The Bachelor will air on March 12, but as RadarOnline.com previously reported, Ben pops the question to model Courtney and she says yes. The engagement took place in November, but it hasn’t stopped Ben from hitting on other girls, and in this photo taken on February 18 Ben is clearly kissing a woman who is definitely not his fiancée.

Ben and the brunette beauty spent the evening walking his dog and made out in the cool San Francisco night – the two of them were all over each other during their public hookup.

PHOTOS: Courtney Robertson: Here Comes The Bride?

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Ben has said that being on The Bachelor was the “worst experience” of his life, and his actions are clearly following his words.

Meanwhile, Courtney has been in Los Angeles and was spotted trying on wedding dresses in Beverly Hills, and she even made a surprise appearance on The Women Tell All taping where she didn’t act very into her fiancé either.

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Check Out Ben Flajnik’s Winter Wonderland

“Courtney was complaining and moaning ‘Can we stop this now?’ because she was annoyed that the women were picking on her and that the process was taking so long,” an eyewitness dished. “A producer had to remind her ‘You’re doing this for you and Ben.’ She agreed but was rolling her eyes the whole time; basically she just couldn’t wait to get out of there.”

RELATED STORIES:

Bachelor Ben Flajnik Says Show Was ‘Worst Experience’ Of His Life

The Bachelor: Swiss Trip Leaves One Of 3 Finalists In The Cold

The Bachelor: Kacie’s Family Gets Her A Ticket Off The Show

Jesse Csincsak’s Bachelor Blog: Meet The Fockers!

blog comments powered by Disqus