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Say What? Emily Maynard Blames Kalon’s Tantrum On Lack Of Attention

June 12, 2012 11:59 AM by Lisa Princ

Last night on The Bachelorette, Emily Maynard sent helicopter boy Kalon packing after a very rude remark about her daughter Ricki. Today, Emily blamed Kalon’s toddler-like tantrum on the lack of attention she gave him – no, we are not kidding! But rest assured, Emily was not defending him by any means! Read on for the scoop!

Last night on The Bachelorette on ABC, Kalon aka helicopter grand entrance boy made the stupid decision of referring to Emily Maynard’s daughter as baggage in front of the other guys. When Doug ran tattling to Emily, she quickly went into mama bear mode and kicked Kalon to the curb, and today, Emily chalked up the comments to the lack of attention that Kalon had gotten from her – awe, poor baby.

“I’m disappointed in Kalon for letting his hurt ego cause him to say such hurtful things that no mother should ever hear. I’m confident that if I had I shown him more attention, he never would’ve said those things, but I’m glad I didn’t because it let me see his true colors,” Emily explained in her People Magazine blog. Lack of attention? Yeah, we should have known by his grand entrance (rolls eyes).

In the end, removing Kalon from her list of suitors was the best thing, and Emily realized that she should have done it sooner. Chalking it up to the old “live and learn” experience, Emily regrets not sending him packing after he rudely interrupted her. Ah well, at least she rid of the ego maniac, right?

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