Bio: Chris Soules (born Christopher Douglas Soules in Arlington, Iowa on November 06, 1981) was a final three contestant on season ten of The Bachelorette. The country hottie competed for Andi Dorfman‘s heart, but did not win the season. However, the tables turned with season 19 of The Bachelor, during which 30 women competed to be his wife. In March 2015, it was announced that Soules would join the season 20 cast of Dancing With The Stars.
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Chris Soules is best known for being the Bachelor on season 19 of the television show with the same name.
Soules is close to his parents, Gary and Linda Rae. On season 19 of The Bachelor, Soules chose Whitney Bischoff, a fertility nurse from Chicago, Illinois, and the two are engaged as of March 2015.
Chris Soules looked worse for wear during his first public appearance since pleading not guilty for leaving the scene of a fatal car crash, as he posed for a photo with a fan on May 18. He may have been smiling for the picture, but he looks to have lost several pounds since we last saw him.
Former ‘Bachelor’ Chris Soules is placing himself in the ‘not guilty’ column after being involved in a fatal car crash in Iowa on April 24. Court documents show that Chris entered a not guilty plea on May 16 as he continues to fight the charge of leaving the scene of the crime.
It’s official. Chris Soules has been formally charged with a ‘hit and run’ resulting in death, according to shocking new court documents obtained May 8. The former ‘Bachelor’ star is now scheduled to appear for an arraignment later this month.
Chris Soules has been hiding away at home after the fatal crash he was in. The former ‘Bachelor’ star has a scary future ahead that could involve jail time and he’s been wearing an ankle monitor, according to a new report!
Things are not looking good for Chris Soules right about now. Prosecutors claim that Chris allegedly purchased alcohol before the fatal crash that resulted in the death of an Iowa man. The reality star reportedly had ‘open alcoholic beverages’ in and around his vehicle. Get the details.
Lawyers for Chris Soules filed legal documents on May 1, asking a federal judge to dismiss the charge against him for leaving the scene of an accident that results in death, which is a felony. Here’s why.
Drinking and driving? Not on Chris Soules’ watch! Despite assumptions that the former ‘The Bachelor’ contestant was buzzed at the time of the fatal car crash on Apr. 24, a family friend claims that’s NOT the case at all. Here’s the latest update!