Connor Slams ‘Bachelorette’ Nemesis Lincoln Over His Sex Offender Status & Reveals MAJOR Spoiler
Did he just reveal who wins Becca's heart?
There is still bad blood between Connor Obrochta and Lincoln Adim.
While talking to a major news outlet, Connor got real about how he felt about his fellow Bachelorette contestant’s criminal history (Lincoln was found guilty of indecent assault and battery on May 21), which came to light earlier this month.
“I tried to stay away from him as much as possible … just because he was somebody I didn’t vibe with and somebody I just couldn’t get a read on,” Connor said. “Normally I have a pretty good judgment of character, and he was the one guy out of all 28 that just rubbed me the wrong way.”
However, while discussing how he still feels “a little uneasy” about Lincoln coming on the show to pursue Becca Kufrin’s heart whilst dealing with an assault and battery case, Connor seemed to let it slip that he was not the one who won Becca’s heart even though he has yet to be eliminated on the show.
“It’s definitely hard to take in, because I did have feelings for her and I did care about her,” he explained, clearly talking in past tense. “I didn’t want to see her get hurt in any which way — physically or emotionally.”
“It makes me feel uncomfortable that he did lie,” he added. “Being who Lincoln is — he’s a big, buff guy, a lot of emotions here and there, very unpredictable — and now, knowing this, it makes me feel a little bit more uncomfortable.”
Just last week, RadarOnline.com revealed that Lincoln was found guilty of indecent assault and battery for groping and assaulting a woman back in May 2016. He was sentenced to one year in a house of correction, with that term suspended for a two-year probationary period.
“The judge ordered him to stay away from the victim and attend three Alcoholics Anonymous meetings per week during those two years,” the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office said in a statement. “If he complies with the judge’s orders, he will not have to serve out his term, but if he fails to comply with those orders or re-offends, he could be ordered to serve out the year behind bars. By law, he is expected to register as a sex offender.”
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