'The Bachelorette' season 15 contestant Tyler Gwozdz sent home amid allegations claiming he spat on ex
When 'The Bachelorette' season 15 aired Monday night with its third episode, we were left out of the loop as to why Tyler Gwozdz left
'The Bachelorette' has always been known for its drama. And to give its viewers and fans the drama they expect, the microphones and camera catch everything. Even if they do not air them during the episode, we get to see scenes that were excluded in the broadcast.
But strangely enough, when 'The Bachelorette' season 15 aired Monday night with its third episode, we were left out of the loop as to why Tyler Gwozdz left. It almost seemed like an entire bunch of what went down in the mansion was missing.
In a span of one week, the 28-year-old from Boca Raton, Florida, went from being the contestant who got the first one-on-one date with Hannah Brown to the one who left without a dramatic exit. In the third episode, we saw Gwozdz for a brief amount of time, when the contestants got to know who will be going on the group date. After the group date and the one-on-one date is when we get to know of Gwozdz's exit from the competition.
"I found out Tyler G. had to leave," Brown said. "That's upsetting, because I really enjoyed my date with him and felt like our relationship was at a really good place, and I wanted to explore where that could go." It is a surprise that 'The Bachelorette' let such a dramatic moment pass through without it being aired or documented at all. And neither are fans going to let it go without finding out the reason.
Digging deeper it was brought to light that Gwozdz might have left because he was removed from the mansion by the production team during the group date. Blogger Reality Steve wrote, "While the guys were out on this date, production came to the mansion and removed Tyler G. from the show. They had been given some information about his past relationships and told him it wouldn't be good for him to remain on the show and he needed to leave immediately."
And right enough there was a post on Reddit that was uploaded two months ago that claimed Gwozdz spat at his ex-girlfriend. After realizing this might be the reason why he was sent out from the mansion, fans were shocked. "Was there proof he did that? It's kind of scary that just some random stranger could say anything about someone they don't like and get them kicked off or even worse his life ruined," wrote a fan on Reddit.
Adding to that another fan said: "I can’t believe the show didn’t even address him leaving! Unless I missed something major? I was looking for him during the rose ceremony. Her first 1 on 1 pick is a big deal to kick off the show. Also, just realized that Hannah definitely has a broken 'picker'. Think of her 2 FIR [first impression roses] and 1 on 1... Cam, Luke P, and Tyler G.... Yikes! I’m not spoiled, so I’m hoping that in the end she winds up with a good guy."
"How the f**k is he a psych grad student? A misogynist who also spits on his [girlfriend]. Is he trying to be a therapist? I feel bad for his future clients. I have a background in psych and I couldn’t imagine someone like this in my program. Yuck," continued another fan.
After the alleged reason came to light, Gwozdz sent an email to Refinery29 denying all allegations. "Addressing totally unsubstantiated rumors posted to Reddit from an anonymous account seems imprudent," he wrote. "I feel that even addressing them gives them some sort [of] attention and fuel but I continue to have faith in my journey and in a purpose for everything that’s happened to me in my life. Above everything else I am a son to my mother. She raised me to be better than these sort of baseless accusations."
After taking a look at his email, fans revealed they are not in favor of his way of conveying his message. "Smh bringing his mother into it like that whole Jussie fake hate crime. Saying that he’s his mother's son (as if that automatically means you’re a good person) and all the allegations are untrue and rumors 😒 Reddit got a shoutout," wrote a fan on Reddit.
While another said, "Mothers instinctively protect their offspring. There are documented confirmed/confessed proven serial killers whose mothers refuse to accept that their precious little baby could have done such a horrible thing. Hiding behind mommy's apron strings is a lousy defense."
'The Bachelorette' season 15 airs every Monday night on ABC. Check your local listings for more information.
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