Since then, the seasons have been spoiled, mostly with accuracy, and fans have taken sides on the issue of how much they want to know in advance.
Producers ended up suing Reality Steve — twice — first in December 2011 when they alleged that he attempted to “induce contestants into breaching their confidentiality pledges” to get spoilers.
There was an erroneous paint thinner abuse allegation that was accidentally applied to his initial charges, then revealed to be a police error.
I lost trust in him and in the end we both really lost interest in making it work." reported in 2012 that Emily Maynard had been sexting another guy — footballer Matt Leinart — while still engaged to Jef Holm.
Jef supposedly found the texts on Em’s phone while they were on a family vacation in South Carolina, and they reportedly had a huge fight.
“I will always love her.", there have still only been a handful of African-American contestants, and none have been rose-givers themselves.
In 2012, a class action lawsuit was filed accusing the show of excluding people of color from lead roles.
Kasey claimed he was acting in self-defense; he ultimately pled no contest to a felony assault charge as part of a plea deal.
He was sentenced to three years probation and community service, and his lawyer said charges could be expunged if he complied with all rules.
In the summer of 2010, Jillian Harris and Ed Swiderski announced their breakup.
There were rumors about Ed’s extracurricular activities, which dominated all theories about this particular split.
"Brad was really into Bettina, who made it to the final four," a source told for Season 15.
Chris Harrison denied it, saying if it had been true they would've brought her on the show as a surprise for great TV.
Team JEM put up a united front to deny the rumors, and when they eventually split, they said it wasn’t from either one of them cheating.