Josh Murray ‘Blows Up’ On ‘Bachelor In Paradise,’ Amanda Stanton Warned About Josh’s ‘Nasty Temper’ [Report]

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The Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 premiere is just a few weeks away, and information about the drama that took place during filming is already surfacing online.

While spoilers indicate that three couples got engaged at the end of their 18-day stay in Paradise, an explosive argument between contestant Josh Murray and several of his cast mates may turn out to be the most talked about moments on ABC’s summer reality series.

[Warning: Bachelor In Paradise Season 3 spoilers ahead]

Two years ago, Josh Murray got engaged to Bachelorette Andi Dorfman, but the couple called it quits just eight months later with People magazine releasing their breakup statement in January 2015.

Months after their breakup, Andi released her first book, “It’s Not OK,” a memoir that revealed some shocking details about her relationship with Josh. According to a report from USA Today, Andi called out Josh for behaving like “an emotional abuser” with a “nasty temper” during their engagement.

Since then, Murray has been on what appears to be an image repair tour, but his appearance on Bachelor in Paradise may not help his case.

Josh, who currently appears on the E! reality dating series Famously Single, recently told WetPaint that he joined the show because he wanted to learn more about himself and how he could become more proactive when it comes to finding a woman to marry and have children with.

“The thing that I want more than anything in life right now is to find that woman and to get married,” Murray told WetPaint. “And to eventually have kids and have a family.”

If the rumors are true, Josh found the woman of his dreams on Bachelor in Paradise, single mom Amanda Stanton from Ben Higgins season of the Bachelor. However, the”nasty temper” that Andi Dorfman referred to in her book seemed to surface in Paradise when Josh had to defend himself against some of the other contestants, including his Bachelorette rival, Nick Viall.

According to Reality Steve, viewers will see Josh “go off on everyone” mid-way through the six-episode season after twins Emily and Haley Ferguson warn Amanda about Josh.

Steve reports that Emily and Haley decided to eliminate themselves from the show four episodes in, but made sure Amanda knew how they felt about Josh before they left.

“The twins decided to not give out their roses and thus eliminate themselves. However, on their way out, they pulled Amanda aside to warn her about Josh’s intentions, and people in the house were concerned about him. This causes Josh to go off on everyone knowing that people are now talking about him. Kinda helps Andi’s case here about his “temper” since he pretty much blows up on everyone asking the whole group if anyone else has anything to say to him.”

Steve goes on to say that a few of the guys on the show speak up against Josh, but producers will focus on what Nick Viall has to say, and it turns into a fight where Josh will “blow a gasket.”

Despite being called out by his co-stars, a previous report from the Inquisitr reveals that Amanda and Josh were “inseparable” from that day Josh came on the show (Episode 2), and they are one of three couples who got engaged on the show. There are also rumors that they got married on the final episode, with Josh’s mother spotted traveling to Mexico on the day the season finale was taped last month.

Watch the two-hour Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 premiere on August 2 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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