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Bachelor Pad’s Chris Bukowski Admits He Led Jamie Otis On — But Doesn’t Regret It

Even if you don't like Chris Bukowski, you'll probably appreciate his honesty about just playing the game on Bachelor Pad Season 3. Chris talked to reporters in a mid-season conference call and Reality TV World has excerpts from his full talk.

Here are highlights...

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As she was leaving, Jamie Otis said Chris would regret his actions, so does he?
Chris: "No, I don't regret anything. I don't want to see anybody get hurt, but if you're going to want to go on a game show like Bachelor Pad, you should expect that your feelings may get hurt. People are going to lie to you to win and that's how to play the game and win, and to be honest, I was expecting a big hug from Jamie. I did not think that she was going to call me out like that and I was shocked when she did, because I actually was campaigning for her to stay and I was trying to make a critical move in the game. And for her to say that — I can understand why she was hurt and stuff, but I really didn't expect that from her. So, it is what it is."

Does he agree that he led Jamie on or does he think he gave her enough signals that she should've realized he wasn't that into her. Does he think it's his fault or her fault for falling so hard for him?
Chris: "I'm not going to say it's not my fault, but obviously, it takes two. I told her, I don't know, I denied her more than once and we talked about not getting so emotionally involved during the show. So yeah, I'm not going to sit here and say that it's 100% percent my fault, but yeah, it is my fault. I did lead her on. I kissed her and all that stuff, but I meant to. I wanted to kiss her. It was just I couldn't be partners with her. I just couldn't, because when it comes to the game, it just wouldn't be a smart move for me. It takes two. It really does as far as any relationship in general. It takes two, it's not just me. So she's a smart girl. She could've realized that, ‘Okay, Chris is probably — it's probably not the best idea to pursue Chris.’ She could've moved on and it was really just a tough situation, to be honest."

Read the full interview for more. What are your thoughts on this?

Source: Reality TV World