Now, Jordan is looking for love again, but he says that he's not using any dating apps.
He is also bragging about how well he used to do using those apps, having racked up thousands of matches on Tinder.
Bachelor in Paradise's latest dream couple turned into a nightmare, but Jordan tells Us Weekly that he's just trying to move on and date again.
"Just to take it back to The Bachelorette," Jordan boasts. "I had over 4,000 matches on Tinder."
As you can see from every photo of this dude, that's no surprise -- but it also means that he was swiping right at least that many times.
"So," Jordan says. "You know I’ve always had a way with women."
He is, again, a model.
"[But now] I have no dating apps downloaded," Jordan shares.
Being a celebrity on a dating app is challenging at best, because you never know whom to trust.
Jordan says that his reason for avoiding those apps at the moment has more to do with wanting to date the old fashioned way.
"I think I’m going to do this organically," Jordan says.
That means meeting in person, rather than finding out if you're both compatible and interested in advance.
"And if it’s meant to be," Jordan continues. "It’s meant to be."
As of September, at least, he said that he had yet to go on another date since his relationship with Jenna Cooper crashed and burned.
"I’m very excited to open my heart up again …" Jordan reveals.
From what he says, he was very emotionally devastated by the scandal.
But he is interested in moving on.
"You just have to let that go," Jordan opines. "Let it be the situation it was."
After that vague statement, he continues: "and then move forward."
Jenna has offered serious evidence that she never sent those cheating text messages.
In addition to her statements and hiring an attorney, she offered up a third-party forensic report on her electronic devices and shared it with the world.
Apparently, that wasn't enough to convince Jordan that she is innocent in all of this.
Even so, Jordan says that he does not "want anybody to go and attack her."
That's good -- but an odd request from the man who publicly accused her of cheating and also publicly refused to believe her denials.
Jenna's rep, Steve Honig, recently made a statement that Jordan wasn't the picture-perfect soul mate he appeared on television.
Apparently he tried to make Jenna feel "insignificant and worthless."
"After the cameras stopped rolling," Honig says. "Jordan’s demeanor toward Jenna changed dramatically."
"He let it be known there was only room for one celebrity in the relationship," Honig says, and that "he was more successful and famous than her."
Honig says that Jordan made it clear to Jenna that "she would never make as much money as him or amount to anything in life."
"He continues to disparage her to this day," Honig laments.
"As painful as this has been for Jenna," he says. "She is glad he showed his true colors before they were married and began building a life together."
"A comprehensive forensic examination of Jenna’s devices by an independent third-party expert," Honig begins.
Honig continues, sharing that the expert "has definitely confirmed none of the text messages in question came from Jenna’s phone."
The analysis included her iPhone, her iPad, and her iCloud storage -- and would have caught any deleted messages.
"Given all the conclusive findings of the forensic report," Honig concludes. "Jenna’s team is considering all options available to Jenna relating to the fraudulent texts."
This could be a legal battle for a while. Jenna wants to clear her name -- and know for sure who tried to ruin her reputation.
At his special appearance on Dancing With The Stars, Jordan told Us Weekly that he felt that the timing of Jenna's rep's statement "was very odd."
Honig issued a response, saying: "I find the timing of his breakup with Jenna very odd."
It doesn't look like this battle is going to end any time soon.