Some fans may think they have seen the last of Chad Johnson since he was kicked off of Bachelor In Paradise and officially went home on last night's episode. As much attention as he has brought to the series, though, it's not likely that ABC is just going to be done with him for good. The thing to think about is that fans only get a small portion of all that takes place and other contestants have said that he was a lot worse than anyone even knew.
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Last week, Chris Harrison had finally had enough of Chad's antics and decided to send him home from Mexico and kick him off of Season 3 of Bachelor In Paradise. Before he got his things together and left, though, he decided to make his presence known in a few more big ways.
Chad drinks to the shirt he left behind.Maybe Evan will claim it.???? #BachelorInParadisepic.twitter.com/48eVB7XBrgChad did end up getting seriously drunk, cursing out Lace Morris, and then he ended up passing out on the beach. Before his head hit the sand for the night, he had also said a lot of other derogatory things to other contestants in Mexico and the worst seemed to fall on Sarah Herron.
— Bachelor in Paradise (@BachParadise) August 9, 2016
Sarah just seemed to get the brunt of Chad's anger and drunkenness which led to him even calling her a "one armed b***h" at one point. All of that combined with his overall horrible behavior led to him being booted from the show, but it apparently got much worse.
E Online reported that Sarah and Nick Viall have revealed that ABC didn't even air the worst of Chad's tirade.
Don't pull a Chad this weekend. #BachelorInParadise https://t.co/R7babEIpS0Aside from the fact that it was confirmed that Chad actually did have a bathroom accident on himself, he went off a lot more on those around him. ABC has to edit stuff out and viewers at home are seeing two hours of a full day edited together and Nick says it's hard to show all of Chad's issues.
— Bachelor in Paradise (@BachParadise) August 5, 2016
"If anything, the show has always been limited by time constraints, there's a lot they didn't show. So if anything, it was probably worse than what you saw. They certainly did not exaggerate it."Sarah, who was in the firing line of Chad's insults, simply added that "It was worse!"
Chad did go as far as to apologize to Sarah Herron on social media once the episode of Bachelor In Paradise aired, but she doesn't believe he was sincere.
"I think he apologized on social media because it gets him attention, but I haven't heard an 'I'm sorry' from him directly. So I don't buy it and I don't forgive him yet."Yahoo reported that Sarah said "it was disrespectful" and that Chad kept trying to say he was joking around, but it was much more than that. Sarah went on to say that he "actually said really horrible things," but of course, ABC can only air so much for primetime television.Nick Viall said that the way Chad acts on TV is how he acts in real life, but there is so much more to him and he's truly a lot worse. Viall said that there are "so many hours of footage" and a lot more that "they (ABC) could have shown," but simply didn't.
"I think Chad was one of the few real villains that we've had in Bachelor history, where some of the things he did were really just, honestly kind of despicable."Chad Johnson's time on The Bachelorette and Bachelor In Paradise has brought him a lot of attention and there has been speculation that he may even get his own spinoff. Hearing about his extreme behavior off-camera from Nick Viall and Sarah Herron makes one wonder what else he may have done that fans don't know about yet. It will be interesting to see if he ever shows his face again for ABC or if they ask him back for more of "The Chad."
[Photo by Chad Johnson's Instagram]