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‘The Bachelorette’ 2013 Spoilers: Hints of More Epic Drama Ahead Starts With Week 3 Episode



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“The Bachelorette” 2013 spoilers indicate “many weird, jagged turns” are ahead, the show’s producer — Mike Fleiss — tweeted. As fans saw last week, Ben abruptly stole Desiree Hartsock away from her alone time with Michael and Mikey. The other men found Ben’s rudeness to be bothersome since he had already gotten a rose from the group date earlier that day.

On the June 10, week 3 episode, another scandal hits “The Bachelorette.” Ben won’t be at the center of this one, however. Enter Brian…..and his girlfriend, Stephanie. Yes, another man with a woman allegedly back home.

Stephanie shows up at the Bachelor mansion and confronts Brian. She thought he was on vacation, taking a break from their relationship. Turns out he went on “The Bachelorette” to meet Desiree Hartsock.

Desiree gives Brian a chance to redeem himself, but it obviously never happens because he ends up leaving in this episode.

So, with two of the contestants brewing up trouble on Desiree’s season, who knows what’s going to happen on the June 10 episode.

Fleiss informed fans that “it’s one of the craziest things that we’ve seen in at least a few years.” He also said there is a lot of screaming and “near-violent confrontation.” The producer admits he was “scared personally.”

Is Mike Fleiss referring to Ben and the other men getting into a physical altercation or the drama-filled confrontation between Brian and Stephanie?

Week 3 of “The Bachelorette” 2013 is quickly joining the ranks of other seasons where scandal and drama is concerned. Tune in Monday night to see what happens at 8 p.m., ET/PT on ABC.

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