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‘Bachelorette’ Villain Chad Johnson Causes Drama on ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ by Using ‘Really Awful Word’

Maybe he hadn't had his milk yet? The Bachelorette season 12 villain and lunch meat aficionado Chad Johnson is a cast member on Bachelor in Paradise season 3, and sources reveal in the latest issue of Us Weekly that he causes just as much drama on the beach as he did for JoJo Fletcher and her men.

Johnson, 28, got the ax from Fletcher, 25, during an awkward two-on-one date during the June 7 episode, after Alex revealed that the luxury real estate agent threatened to hunt down front-runner Jordan Rodgers after the show wrapped. Johnson had frequently sparred with the contestants, and even ripped Evan's shirt during a heated confrontation.

Us previously reported that Johnson will appear on Bachelor in Paradise this summer, and a show source tells Us that he will not remain on the ABC spinoff series for the duration of the season.

Johnson "picks up right where he left off," according to the source. Things get particularly tense in Paradise when he "says a really awful word to a female cast member."

In happier news from the show, the source reveals that sparks fly between Bachelorette season 10 winner Josh Murray and Ben Higgins' Bachelor season 20 castoff Amanda Stanton.

"It's a very crazy season," the insider adds.

Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss sent fans into a tizzy by tweeting Tuesday, June 28, that this season of Paradise will include "multiple engagements."

For more on Fletcher's season, including details about her connection with Rodgers, pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now!

Tell Us: Did Bachelor in Paradise producers make a mistake by inviting Chad Johnson to participate?

The Bachelorette airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET. Bachelor in Paradise returns to ABC Tuesday, August 2, at 8 p.m. ET. 

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