‘Bachelor In Paradise’: Chad Johnson Calls Female An ‘Awful Word’ — Will He Be Kicked Off?

No surprise here -- Chad Johnson stirred up some serious trouble on 'Bachelor In Paradise,' the show he headed on right after getting the boot from 'The Bachelorette.' We won't see it all begin until August 2, but we're hearing he gets in a fight with a woman night one, calling her the one word you don't say. Chad Johnson "picks up right where he left off" on The Bachelorette, a new report claims, stating that when he enters the resort for Bachelor in Paradise he's not trading in his villain card. Not only will he reunite with nemesis Evan, and be faced with the infamous Nick Viall, he'll also reportedly drink a tad too much on night one and (huge surprise) get into quite the scuffle.

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Things get intense on night one when Chad “says a really awful word to a female cast member,” a source told Us Weekly. We’re hearing that person is Lace Morris, and that the word is the C-word, something that pretty much would offend every woman. Of course, that raises the question — is it enough to send him home?

Sources told the magazine that he does not stay for the entire season — something we can see just from his Instagram. ABC confirmed he had headed to the ending, but on June 20, he was already JoJo Fletcher on The Bachelorette. And yes, he was kissing her in one of the pics

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“While traveling this weekend, our paths crossed and I finally had the opportunity to meet Hope Higginbotham in person,” he wrote in the caption. “Let me just say, she is even more beautiful in person. A great girl like her deserves so much better than someone who lies, cheats, and ends a four year long relationship in order to pursue fame on a tv show. You’re amazing, I miss you already 😍 @hopealverta .”

Now, we’re not sure what this means, but either way, we know he didn’t find love on BiP and we know that when going on the show, you’re not allowed to post anything about your relationship status until after the episode airs showing that you’re eliminated or the show’s over. Apparently, he didn’t care about breaking contract.

HollywoodLifers, do you think that would be enough to send Chad home? Let us know! The premiere of Bachelor in Paradise airs on Aug. 2 at 8PM on ABC.

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