‘The Bachelor’ Juan Pablo Naked Photo Scandal: Season 18 Winner Sharing Nude Pictures of Former Soccer Player?
According to reports, a nude photo of "The Bachelor" star Juan Pablo Galavis is floating around somewhere. It doesn't seem like the naked selfie will end up on the Internet but according to Radar Online, one of the Season 18 contestants has been texting the photo to her friends.
According to the site, the culprit is the woman who ultimately gets the final rose. Radar didn't reveal a name but there has been rumors that SPOILER ALERT (click if you want to find out who) walks away with the last rose and Galavis' heart.
A source told Radar that the woman is simply bragging about her new man to friends and is not maliciously texting the naked selfie. In the photo, every part of the former soccer player is visible.
In other "Bachelor" news, Claire recently did an interview slamming Galavis for telling her that he had regrets about hooking up with her. On Monday's show, Galavis pulled Claire away from the other ladies during a group date and took her up to his hotel room for a swim.
Later on she snuck back to his room where the two displayed some heavy PDA. Afterwards, Claire was ecstatic while Galavis confessed to making a mistake. The 32-year-old hairdresser was devastated when the "Bachelor" pulled her to the side right before the rose ceremony and said they shouldn't have hooked up.
"You shouldn't make a woman cry, whether it's right or wrong," she said, ABC News reports. "And it was pretty bad at the time. It was pretty bad. It made me feel awful."
After the show aired, the Latin hunk took his blog on People.com to once again say that he made a huge mistake that night.
"She was so happy that I didn't want to reject her, but I definitely made a mistake," he wrote on his blog. "I regretted giving Claire the extra time. Also, I didn't think it was a good example for my daughter to watch daddy going into the ocean with a girl at night. I already had a great day with her and even taking her to my pool was something that I should not have done. Honestly, my mistake."