Bachelorette Rachel Tells DeMario to “Get the F—k Out” Over Secret Girlfriend!
We hate when the rumors turn out to be true!
At the time, fellow alum Whitney Fransway told Rachel of DeMario, “Sarah [Vendal] from our season knows him through some mutual friends from college. She said that his intentions might not be pure.”
Rachel didn’t seem concerned at the time, but that all changed in May 29’s Episode 2 when the 30-year-old hunk’s girlfriend showed up and outed his ulterior motives!
The gal in question, Lexi, arrived at the basketball group date, telling the Dallas gal she first learned of her beau joining the show when he was introduced on the live After the Final Rose special.
“I saw one guy came with an engagement ring and up until hours before that, he’d been my boyfriend for the last seven months,” she revealed of the Cali guy.
She ranted about how he still has the keys to her apartment, and that he ghosted her instead of dumping her.
“We never broke up! He literally was supposed to be coming over and then just stopped responding,” she stated.
“I just hadn’t heard from him in three days and suddenly turned my TV on and he was on it.”
To settle the situation, the attorney got the man himself, and as he walked in and saw Lexi, she shouted, “Karma’s a bitch, isn’t it DeMario?!”
After pretending not to know her — “Ooh, who’s this?” he stuttered — he then went on the defense, calling her “psycho.”
“I met up with her a few times, I’d seen her a few times,” he elaborated.
He maintained that he broke up with her in person, stating, “We had something, I then lost it with her because she was just like she is right now.”
He clarified that their relationship was “on again, off again,” but Lexi wasn’t having that.
“The last time he was in my house he was f—king me!” she said to the cameras.
Rachel asked for him to be specific about when he cut it off but when he couldn’t answer, she turned to his ex for texts he’d sent her.
“I’m putting myself out here and I sent people home who genuinely I thought wanted to be here, I have no idea why you’re here right now,” Rach slammed.
“I believe you want to be here, I just don’t think you want to be here for me,” she continued.
“I’m not here to be played, I’m not here to be made a joke of — which is what I feel like you’re doing right now to me.”
She concluded, “So I’m really going to need you to get the f—k out. I don’t want to be f—king embarrassed, like I can’t even look at you right now.”
As she stormed out of the gym, he muttered, “Sorry Rachel.”
“If it’s one thing I am, I pride myself in, it’s being respectable and being real. I mean, my character’s assassinated, I’m like, man, this is just bogus right now,” he confessed in the limo.
Fare thee well, sir. Though we may see him try to explain himself again in next week’s episode. Strap in, folks!
The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.