ST LOUIS (LALATE) – The Bachelor Spoilers 2013 reveal this week that Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe are still together and still engaged despite recent twists in the telecast. Who does Sean Lowe pick and who wins the Bachelor 2013 were revealed in Bachelor Spoilers 2013 published by RealitySteve last December. And while the source of those spoilers remains in dispute, the telecast is heating up tonight. The show starts with the final three women but ends with just two.
AshLee Frazier does not survive Monday’s telecast of February 25, so claims RealitySteve’s The Bachelor 2013 spoilers. The show heads to Thailand tonight. Last week, on Sean Tells All, the Bachelor told viewers what he expects in the final few episodes. But RealitySteve reminded viewers that Sean’s segment was recorded after the season wrapped production, not before.
Tonight, the show starts in Thailand for the overnight dates. Sean because of his religious beliefs treats the overnight dates far differently than previous Bachelors. But by the end of the telecast, AshLee Frazier is eliminated.
Next week, the Final Rose ceremony will feature Lindsay Yenter and Catherine Giudici. RealitySteve revealed to news last year that Catherine Giudici is the winner, and that Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe are still together and engaged. Yenter, in contrast, is up for the Bachelorette 2013 role.
And while we are days away from learning who won The Bachelor 2013, we are weeks away from learning more about the spoilers and their history. Reality Steve is being sued by producers regarding those spoilers in a Southern California court. While Steve claims no wrongdoing, producers as reported exclusively on LALATE last weekend won a motion for discovery to be taken promptly.
At issue, producers want to know Steve’s sources prior to opposing his Anti-Slapp motion. The Court granted that motion, at least for now. Producers alleged in their moving papers that “Stephen Carbone and Reality Steve, LLC intentionally interfered with confidentiality obligations owed to the Plaintiffs by contacting persons and soliciting confidential information related to “The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette,” and “Bachelor Pad” (collectively, “The Bachelor Series”).” Producers don’t state the proof for such allegations.
Last Tuesday, the Court granted the producers’ request for any alleged “Direct evidence of how that information [spoilers] was communicated to Defendants, however, is in Defendants’ and third
parties’ custody, possession, or control.” Producers are seeking to “allow Defendants time to respond to the discovery, which Plaintiffs would propound immediately pending Court approval”. Last Tuesday, the agreed that the producers may take limited discovery on RealitySteve about his Bachelor 2013 spoilers prior to a ruling on the Anti-SLAPP Motion. Steve’s motion to dismiss is set for May 6.
Steve has previously claimed that the basis of the suit about the Bachelor 2013 spoilers is erroneous and too vague. “It is simply .. not enough … to alleged upon information and belief that … [he] obtained at least some of the information by contacting and solicitation of information from participants, cast crew and other employees … by knowingly inducing them to breach their confidentiality obligations to Plaintiffs.” For that reason, the plaintiff sought and got a ruling allowing them to take the expedited limited discovery about the matter.