JoJo Fletcher's guys are all vying for the final rose, but this season seems to have a lot of thorns among the cast! From internet trolling to shady pasts, RadarOnline.com has a gallery of the dudes and their misdeeds.
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Fletcher's male contestants may have been the least impressive group of men ever assembled to win the heart of The Bachelorette. The pretty brunette tried to find the love of her life from 26 men, but some of the guys were hardly marriage material, as Radar discovered.
Chad Johnson told Fletcher that she was "naggy" in the beginning of the season, but she kept him around despite his rude comment. Before long, he was turning into the most despicable of all of her men with his online antics.
Reality Steve reported that Johnson snapped up the domain names for five of his fellow contestants and redirects all of the traffic to his own personal Instagram page. He is the owner of www.derekpeth.com, www.robbyhayes.com, www.chasemcnary.com, www.alexwoytkiw.com. In a slam to the spoiler site, Radar has exclusively learned that he also bought the websites www.realitystevebachelorette.com and www.realitystevebachelor.com and redirects their traffic to his Instagram page too.
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Johnson even trolled the woman he hope to marry, snapping up www.joelle-fletcher.com and sending the traffic to his Instagram page.
In an epic bro battle, Johnson reportedly took offense at a post from his fellow contestant, Christian Bishop. The photo had Bishop on one knee in front of Fletcher, and he wrote "What are you looking at Chad?" Johnson allegedly posted a message on the show's Facebook fan page saying, "Hey Christian, I politely asked you to remove your slanderous remarks about myself regarding the television show we both appeared on." He quickly deleted the post but Reality Steve shared a screen shot with Radar.
Suitor Brandon Howell was evicted from his home after failing to pay $1,266.24 in rent and late fees. "The plaintiff has demanded possession of the premises from the defendant, who has refused to surrender it, and the plaintiff is entitled to immediate possession," the papers, filed on April 14, 2009 at The General Court of Justice District Court Division-Small Claims, read. The case was dismissed in 2009.
Evan Bass, who is a divorced father of three, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in September 2011. According to the filing, which was obtained by Radar, Bass and his then-wife owed $223,197.74 to creditors. The case was discharged in 2012.
Alexander Woytkiw was previously charged with loitering and prowling. Woytkiw was arrested on March 21, 2011 in Florida when police responded to a suspicious person complaint at 2:04 a.m. "Woytkiw admitted going to Chi Omega with the intent of taking the sorority letters off of the house," the documents read. "Woytkiw stated he saw the security officer come around the corner and hid in the bushes up until the point that he confronted them." He successfully completed the requirements of the Misdemeanor Diversion Program on May 26, 2011.
Football star Aaron Rodgers' brother Jordan seemed to be the front runner, but an alleged ex-girlfriend of his accused him of cheating on here after the first episode aired. He has not responded yet. Do you think any of the guys are right for JoJo? Sound off in comments below.