'Bachelorette' Winner Jef Holm Slams 'Bachelor' Juan Pablo: He's By Far The Sleaziest … I've Heard No Good Things About Him

There’s no brotherhood of The Bachelor franchise when it comes to Bachelorette winners!

Jef Holm won the heart of Emily Maynard on Season 8 of The Bachelorette with his sweet ways, but thinks Juan Pablo Galavis “by far the sleaziest Bachelor that’s been on the show.”

“I think he’s a very interesting, very interesting Bachelor. He’s just funny,” Holm told Us Weekly last weekend.

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“I think he’s by far the sleaziest Bachelor that’s been on the show. He basically just hooks up with the girls.”

But that’s not all. Holm, 29, claims he’s talked with contestants that have appeared on the show with Galavis — and they don’t have many positive things to say about him either.

“I’ve had the chance to talk to a few of the girls from his season who have been at events and things, and I mean there are very few good things that have been said about him,” he added.

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“I actually don’t know of any good things that have been said about him.”

As Radar has reported, Galavis has a daughter from a previous relationship and he was slapped with an income deduction order in May 2011 because he fell behind in child support payments.

“He doesn’t seem likeable at all,” Holm said. “It kind of seems like he’s in it for fame.”

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Maynard’s former fiancé added, “I know a lot of the guys from the show, and you can kind of tell the guys who are doing it for good reasons… who really want to find somebody. He likes the attention, he likes the fame, he likes the girls to kiss him and hang out, and I just think people read through it a lot.”

Galavis also rocked the boat with viewers this season when he said in an interview that gay or bisexuals should not be on the Bachelor shows because “I don’t think it is a good example for kids to watch that on TV,” and then went on to call the LGBT community “more pervert in a sense.”

What do you think of Galavis’ intentions and actions on the hit ABC show? Sound off in comments below…

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