While you can catch yourself getting lost in the romance, this show wouldn’t be complete without the incredible scandals that unfold every year. And if you are a true Bachelorette fan, you know we love our scandals.
In every season of The Bachelorette, there is always a contestant that we love to hate. Whether it is the creepy over-obsessed one, the one with a girlfriend, or the narcissist, we love to watch these contestants slowly lose their cool on camera.
But where are these guys now? Did any of them ever find love?
One unforgettable contestant, Kasey Kahl, from season 6 quickly made a name for himself as the classic over romantic.
At first, Kasey seemed like the shy, sweet type. It didn’t take long for Ali Fedotowsky, season 6 bachelorette, to realize he was becoming a little too obsessed with her.
He even wrote a song for her, and then sang it. Creating what felt like the longest, most awkward, minute in Bachelorette history.
Her reaction pretty much says it all.
She almost sent him home that day, but decided not to as long as he would take everything down a notch. To most people that would mean to back off and take things slow. To Kasey, this meant he should get a tattoo for her.
This shocking reveal is when Ali finally sent Kasey home.
So what has he been up to since The Bachelorette? Any more hit singles? Thankfully for all of America, no.
After he was sent home, Kasey went on another ABC reality show, Bachelor Pad that year. On the show he met and started dating Vienna Girardi, another memorable contestant who was on The Bachelor. There relationship was rocky, but to continue their reality stardom, the couple went on VH1’s Couples Therapy.
They have since broken up and Kasey is currently single.
We all might have started to forget about Kasey, but last year he came back into the spot light when he was arrested for being drunk and disorderly and getting into a bar fight. He was facing 2 felony charges, which could have led to 8 years in prison.
This past March, Kasey went to court for the charges and agreed to a plea deal. He pleaded “no contest” to the assault charge, and the other charge was dropped.
While he will still have a felony strike on his record, he will only have to do 180 days of community service, avoiding jail time.
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