It didn't take long for the aspiring trophy husbands of Ali Fedotowsky to be grilled about their motives, with Justin "Rated R" Rego in particular under scrutiny.
But Rego got a rose on The Bachelorette season premiere regardless, with Ali unaware that he's the suitor strings her along despite dating other women back home.
Yes, we said women, plural. According to reports, Justin "Rated R" Rego has two girlfriends back in Canada, and the wrestler told both he's only boosting his career.
Kimberly Kerekes tells Radar Online that she is one of the two - and supported his decision to deceive Ali Fedotowsky on the reality TV show to advance his career.
“I agreed to keep dating him because he told me it was to launch his career and it had nothing to do with actually falling in love,” Kimberly said ... regretting it now.
Little did she know then that she was also being duped by Rego, who was dating Jessica Spillas - who blew the whistle on him, according to Bachelorette spoilers.
Rated R puts the moves on Ali Fedotowsky.
When she was contacted by her and questioned about her relationship with Justin, Kimberly says the ladies compared dates and timelines and realized it was him.
Kimberly said that Jessica contacted ABC about Justin - who reportedly makes it several episodes - and being his girlfriend only after she learned about Kimberly.
According to Radar, Ali will find out about the two women when she receives a call from Jessica Spillas and will show Justin "Rated R" Rego the exit around then.
Lamenting that she too was fooled, Kimberly said “he was under contract not to have another girlfriend so why would I think he would be with anyone but me?”
A fair question. Especially because, Kimberly says, Justin Rego was saying derogatory things about the beautiful blond Ali before he even went on the show.
“He told me that she really wasn’t his type and he actually said that she was kind of rude at the beginning of the show,” she said. Vienna can totally relate, huh.
Kimberly Kerekes says Justin "Rated R" Rego was dating her.