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‘Bachelorette’ Bad Boy Chad Johnson’s Gay And Porn Web Domain Ownership Questioned, And That’s Not All [Report]

Bachelorette contestant Chad Johnson is one of the most talked about villains in the history books of the show, but his off-camera life is coming under scrutiny as well. The 28-year-old Oklahoma resident has made it his job to be confrontational while on the show and continues to make waves with some of his co-stars online by buying up website domains in their names.

However, those aren’t the only domain names Chad has reportedly registered on GoDaddy. According to a report from Mashable, he owns a list of Oklahoma-related porn sites, as well as a gay website domain and several named after the Chad-meister himself.

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Chad Johnson works in his underwear [Image via Chad Johnson Instagram]
There are dozens of domains dating back to January 2015 connected with an email address (brianchadjohnson@yahoo.com) that Mashable has connected to Johnson including TulsaSex, OklahomaPorn, OklahomaGay, and AttractionWiki.com.

Although the domains don’t point to any websites at this time, there are other sites registered under the same email address that redirect to Chad’s personal Instagram page, including a few names that will be familiar to Bachelorette fans — Joelle-Fletcher.com, RobbyHayes.com, DerekPeth.com, ChaseMcNary.com, and AlexWoytkiw.com.

“A closer look at brianchadjohnson@yahoo.com makes it seem likely that this is, in fact, Chad from The Bachelorette.” writes Mashable’s Trisha Gilbride. “The domains appear to be registered by someone born in 1987 (just like Chad) who is from Tulsa, Oklahoma (just like Chad). The address linked to the domains matches up with a fancy house his sister Tiffany Johnson is selling.”

Host Chris Harrison recently told Yahoo! that Chad, a United States Marine Corps veteran, is one of “five men to watch” this season, and he wasn’t kidding. Fans are being entertained, and possibly creeped-out, by his every move on the Bachelorette and many are finding it hard to look away when he begs for our attention on social media.

Of course, that’s what Chad wants — a big following on social media can lead to lucrative promotional deals for companies who want to pimp their products out online. Many Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants make cold, hard cash in exchange for sharing a photo and a few words about a product and the more followers the reality TV star has, the more they make.

According to a previous report from the Inquisitr, former Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe and her fiance Shawn Booth are worth an estimated $3 million thanks in part to product endorsements that rake in as much as $15,000 per social media post and up to $500,000 for being a brand spokesperson.

Chad promoting supplements and protein powder can’t be far off in the distance if he continues to build his followers by way of controversy. Some of his haters won’t buy what he’s selling, but there are many fans who are totally entertained by this season’s villain, so he may have more support than one would anticipate.

If rumors are true, Chad Johnson — or should we call him “The Chadelor”? — won’t be fading into the sunset anytime soon. Reality Steve‘s Bachelorette spoilers point to JoJo giving him a one-way ticket back to Oklahoma after a two-on-one date on Episode 4 (June 7), but he has more villainous work to do.

Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss hinted last week that Chad will be heading to the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise [see rumored cast list here] this summer where he will mix and mingle with a number of Ben Higgins’ gals, a few former Paradise contestants, and several of JoJo’s guys who will undoubtedly be less-than-thrilled to see the villain extraordinaire.

Watch Chad’s final moments on the Bachelorette on Monday nights with the exception of Episodes 3 and 4 that will air back-to-back on June 6 and 7.

[Image via ABC Television Network]

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