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Juan Pablo Galavis Snagged On A Charitable Mission

February 04, 2014 04:00 PM by Lisa Princ

Juan Pablo Galavis has already had his share of drama on The Bachelor, as well as crazy tabloid stories surrounding him, so it’s time for a refreshing change. Recently, the single dad was snagged on a charitable mission, and we’ve got the details!

The Bachelor‘s Juan Pablo Galavis has already had plenty of controversy surrounding him since his stint on the show began, from anti-gay comments to allegations that he is a dead beat dad. But how about some charity work for a change of pace? Recently, Juan Pablo was snagged in a Miami Juvenile Justice Center, according to People Magazine. Galavis’ visit was reportedly set up by Voices for Children, an organization that raises money for a program that advocates for foster children in legal matters.

One insider dished that everyone was thrilled to see Juan Pablo, adding: “He observed court, spoke to judges, lawyers and social workers, chatted with the kids and, of course, posed for pictures with them.” And his visit went so well, that even a judge joked with the Bachelor star about setting him up with her daughter if his stint on the show doesn’t end up in a love match for Galavis.

While it’s definitely a refreshing change from some of the stories we have been reading about Galavis, we can’t help but wonder if this was an attempt to make him look better after the controversy surrounding him lately?

What did you think of Juan Pablo Galavis visiting the Juvenile Justice Center? Are you enjoying him this season on The Bachelor? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear it. Comment below to share your thoughts with us!

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