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Another controversy has hit ABC’s “The Bachelorette,” after the show was rocked earlier this season by an uproar over contestant Garrett Yrigoyen’s offensive social media behavior.

The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that a contestant currently appearing on the show was convicted of indecent assault and battery in May in connection with a 2016 incident in Boston.

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If he complies with the judge’s orders, he will not have to serve out his term, but if he fails to comply with those orders or re-offends, he could be ordered to serve out the year behind bars.

By law, he is expected to register as a sex offender.” The report notes that on the previous cycle of “The Bachelorette,” featuring Rachel Lindsay, racist tweets surfaced from one contestant, prompting the show to declare that it would change its vetting process.

“Lincoln Adim, one of 28 men competing on Becca Kufrin’s cycle of the reality dating competition, was convicted of indecent assault and battery for groping and assaulting an adult female on a harbor cruise ship, according to a statement from the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office,” the publication reports.

“Adim, 26, was convicted on May 21 — one week before ‘The Bachelorette’ premiered — and sentenced to one year in a house of correction.

Game shows were enormously popular in America during the 1950s when TV became a progressively more viable purchase, until several of the most popular ones turned out to be rigged in some manner to influence the outcome and manufacture drama.

Mind you, the problem with the rigging wasn't that anyone had done anything illegal (as it wasn't yet a crime to do so), but rather that most tried to cover up what they did during the investigations that took place from 1958-60.

Or at least the ones owned by Fremantle, who owns the channel.

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