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The Bachelor: The offensive thing Juan Pablo Galavis said to Clare Crawley

"The Bachelor" star Juan Pablo Galavis whispered something crude to finalist Clare Crawley during their private helicopter date.
By Danielle Haynes   |   March 12, 2014 at 7:08 AM   |   Comments

March 12 (UPI) -- Sounds like The Bachelor finalist Clare Crawley dodged a bullet when Juan Pablo Galavis passed on her to choose Nikki Ferrell in the finale Monday.

During her final confessional, Crawley said Galavis whispered something offensive to her during their private helicopter date above St. Lucia.

"I'm shocked," Clare later says. "He chose to tell me something that no woman wants to hear. That he doesn't know me and some sexual thing I don't want to repeat. It was insulting and it was offensive."

Crawley didn't repeat the words Galavis said to her, but a source told Us Weekly he used crude language.

"He said, 'I love [expletive] you but I don't know you,'" the source said.

When Galavis announced his decision to choose Ferrell, Crawley seemed pretty happy with the news.

"I would never want my children having a father like you," Crawley said.

"She's totally over him," the source said. "She is done with him and relieved that they are not together."

Crawley's not the only one connected to the series to complain of Galavis' bad behavior and crude language. He came under fire by sources close to the show, who said he was the worst bachelor in the show's history.


[Us Weekly]

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