Hannah Brown's season of The Bachelorette was marred by revelations that several contestants (including two of her four finalists) were not entirely upfront with producers when they claimed they were single.
Come 2020, one of her exes may face a similar problem.
According to The Bachelor spoilers, Peter Weber might have to sort through some similarly dishonest potential mates.
This time, the alleged philanderer is Virginia Beach native Victoria Fuller, one of the top contenders for Peter's heart.
If you've been keeping up with Bachelor spoilers then you know Peter is down to his final four and on hometown dates.
If you're not caught up, and wish to be surprised by this season's twists, then read no further, because this is a doozy:
Spoiler master Reality Steve wrote on his site today:
"I can honestly say in all my years doing this, I have never had so many negative stories and as many people contact me about one person than I have this season with Victoria Fuller."
"It’s been unreal to be honest."
Steve adds that he needed to vet his sources before he could proceed, and now that he's done so, he's prepared to share his findings with card-carrying members of Bachelor Nation.
Apparently, the Texas-based blogger and Bachelor spoiler god started getting bombarded with emails about Victoria shortly after she was cast on the show.
And what did those emails say?
"Basically that she was bad news, many people in Virginia Beach knew the stories about her, and I should look into it more," Steve writes.
"Not only that, but if I looked deep enough, I’d probably be able to find a marriage or two that she broke up because of it," he adds.
"So I looked. And I found."
"And I’m not talking about this happening once, or even twice. The info I was receiving was talking about her having done this 3-4 times."
Now obviously, if Victoria was sleeping with married men, then those men are the ones at fault, not her.
But Steve did some digging and found that the unsuspecting wives were all friends of Victoria's, and she helped wreck so many marriages that it seems almost like it was a sport to her.
"It’s one thing for someone to have that type of lifestyle," Steve writes, as shocked as anyone.
"But when digging deeper, not only did I find this behavior to be true, but I also found out that the wives of the husbands that Victoria was having relationships with, were actually women Victoria knew and was friends with."
"Like, had attended their wedding and sh-t."
And in case you're concerned that Steve is parroting an unconfirmed rumor, rest assured the man did his legwork on this one:
"I can tell you today that I personally was in touch with women whose now ex husbands were involved in relationships with Victoria while still married, and both confirmed it to me," he says.
"Here’s another layer to this story: Production knows about it too. In fact, production CONTACTED one of the women I spoke to wanting to know what I know."
Yes, the cat is out of the bag, which means Victoria's past will likely factor into this season's final episodes, as well as Peter's decision-making process.
Fortunately, Peter was presented with the facts before he reached the point of popping the question to anyone, so hopefully, we'll be able to avoid another Jed Wyatt situation, as well as another "wasted season."
Steve admits to feeling some sympathy for Victoria, but he also believes she has no one but herself to blame for her current predicament:
"Her life is going to suck for the next few months unfortunately, but maybe that’s why there’s a thing called karma," he writes.
"If there’s EVER a time to call someone out on this show for not being there for the right reasons, it’s Victoria Fuller."
We'll continue to monitor this ongoing story and keep you updated as more information becomes available.