It didn’t take long for The Bachelorette to have some drama between the suitors. Early on during the first cocktail party contestant Tyler Cottrill pulled fellow contestant Yosef Aborady aside to call him out for his behavior prior to appearing on the show.
According to Cottrill, Aborady spent time in the months leading up to filming messaging women despite being set to compete for the love of Clare Crawley. Cottrill said a woman reached out to him to tell him about Aborady’s advances.
While Aborady denied the claim, he still told Crawley of Cottrill’s accusation to head off any negativity. In a quick meeting between Yosef, Tyler, and Clare, Aborady continued to deny the claim and said he has “nothing to hide.”
Crawley was satisfied enough with Aborady’s denials to walk away from the conversation, leaving Cottrill and Aborady to settle things. That conversation fizzled quickly and the night appeared to get back to normal.
There’s always a villain on The Bachelorette, and the quick duel between contestants raised red flags. It’s just hard to tell if it’s Yosef or Tyler to be worried about.