The Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 star Chad Johnson has been booted out, and as usual, he delivered threats and rants.
Clearly, Chad has not changed a bit after his short-lived stint in The Bachelorette 2016. Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 host Chris Harrison was forced to send him home after he insulted two lady contestants and threatened his other co-stars.
At first, everything seemed okay. Chad even apologized to Evan Bass, one of the men he clashed with on The Bachelorette. The “villain” of The Bachelorette 2016 then got intimate with Lace Morris from Ben Higgins’ The Bachelor. However, their connection was cut short and turned into threats and name calling. Then, Chad insulted Sarah Herron, who was born with one arm. When his pal Daniel Maguire tried to calm him down, the seemingly drunk Chad swung at him wildly.
The following morning, Harrison met with the cast to address the incident involving Chad. He told Chad that he had turned Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 into hell. Harrison added Chad had not only been aggressive to his fellow contestants but also to the hotel staff. He then ordered the 28-year-old real estate agent to leave. During his one-on-one conversation with Harrison, Chad argued that the host had no idea what really happened the night before. He dropped his usual rants and told Harrison, “This is my life!”
— Bachelor in Paradise (@BachParadise) August 3, 2016
However, Chad’s drama will not end here. The ABC franchise hasn’t learned a lesson after having him in two of its shows. A preview of next week’s episode teased that Chad will remain in BIP and he will cause more tensions in the show.
It can be recalled that Chad clashed with several suitors in JoJo Fletcher’s The Bachelorette 2016. He even threatened to cut everyone’s legs and arms off.
After the Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 premiere aired, Chad took to Twitter to apologize to Sarah, which she didn’t accept. Chad told E! News that he really felt bad about what he said about Sarah during the premiere.
— Chad Johnson (@realChadJohnson) August 3, 2016