Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky finally gave Justin Rego the boot on Monday night, but she wasn’t the only one who was sick of the pro-wrestler’s lying ways.
In an exclusive video interview with RadarOnline.com, fellow shunned suitor Tyler Vermette described Justin ‘Rated R’ Rego as "absolutely the most hated guy on the entire show.”
But what he did bring were lies.
“He blatantly lied to her. I’m positive that’s what he did."
Rego’s ex-reality show roommate spoke of his many mistruths -- one regarding the seriousness of his broken foot.
Said Vermette, “One day I walked in the room and Justin leaned over the bed, he’s got a cast on and he’s baring all his weight on the cast to pick up his bag from over the bed…I know he had a broken foot but he’s using it to his advantage to manipulate Ali and get the attention that he needs.”
Despite his macho shenanigans behind-the-scenes, Vermette says Rego only revealed a sweet side of himself to Fedotowsky.
“I think Ali liked Justin. He portrayed someone completely different to her than who he really was around all of us,” he explained.
“He told Ali that he wanted to be there for marriage. He portrayed this guy who wanted to be a family man. ‘I want to have a wife,’ and obviously he told Ali all of these things – and then it comes out that he has a girlfriend!
“Big shocker there!” laughed Tyler.
“I mean seriously, did we not put his name in the ballot box the first night that we met the guy?”
The wanna-be-star went on the show looking for fame – not love, alleges Vermette. “I think Justin saw it as a game. He didn’t care how he was portrayed because he saw any public recognition as good recognition.”
Going by the pseudonym ‘Rated R,’ the Toronto, Canada, native claims to be a professional wrestler.
But don’t expect to find him on WWE anytime soon!
“The guy’s a backyard wrestler, he’s not an entertainment wrestler.”
Ultimately, Tyler thinks that Ali – and America – is better off without Rego.
“You couldn’t trust him, it’s no fun being around people you can’t trust and he was that guy,” he concluded.