’s resident villain,Chad Johnson
, isn’t making things any easier for himself.
“That guy would have been gone ASAP,” Siegfried told ET exclusively.
As for why Bachelorette producers haven’t forced Johnson off the show, Siegfried offered one possible explanation. But, she also pointed out that current Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher also has a say.
In the most recent episode, Johnson continued his aggressive, violent threats
toward his fellow suitors, at one point punching a door and yelling at one of the guys, “You’re going to f***ing die, dude, if you don’t chill out.” That wasn’t even the worst of it.
Johnson was questioned by host Chris Harrison about allegations made by other contestants that he was using steroids, which Johnson flatly denied. One of Johnson’s close friends and workout partner told ET that Johnson isn’t on steroids and maintains a strict regimen, working out five to six days a week and adhering to a strict diet.
Expecting her first child with husband Chris Siegfried, whom she met on the show, Siegfried is helping brides-to-be with her new book, My Fairytale Wedding: Planning Your Dream Wedding Without Breaking the Bank.
For what it’s worth, Siegfried clearly doesn’t think Johnson is husband material.
“I think Chad is dangerous,” she said. “A lot of the guys have mentioned that they don’t feel safe. So that is a really huge sign that maybe he needs to go home.”
The Bachelorette airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.