February 11, 2014 09:10 AM by Stephanie Gustafson
Looks like Clare Crawley isn’t the only lady to receive decidedly poor treatment on this season of The Bachelor. Less likable with each episode that goes by, Juan Pablo Galavis once again angered fans during last night’s episode, going so far as to dump Cassandra Ferguson on her birthday.
Poor Cassandra! At the beginning of yesterday’s episode, she was looking forward to a group date with Juan Pablo and several of his favorite women. The former Detroit Pistons dancer admitted that it was her birthday and that, as such, she was “very hopeful” for a “fairytale ending.”
But instead of receiving an ending straight out of a storybook, or even, you know, one of those essential red roses, Cassandra found herself saddled with the ultimate rejection. Juan Pablo pulled the ill-fated contestant aside for a pre rose ceremony breakup, explaining “You’re one of my special ones…I wish we were on the same chapter.”
Before you immediately cast off Juan Pablo as a heartless jerk (which, admittedly, you may have already done following the Clare Crawley debacle), you should understand that the Bachelor had no idea that it was Cassandra’s special day. The reality star later told Twitter followers that he “found out LATER that night.”
Some fans argue that, if anything, Juan Pablo did Cassandra a favor — after all, he already knew she wasn’t the one, so why keep her from her son any longer?
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