We've already established that the new season of The Bachelorette is reprehensible, and sexist. A lot of that was due to the work of contestant Ryan McDill, who was kicked off the show for getting wasted, groping a woman, and asking a fellow contestant, "Why am I not raping you right now?" He also repeatedly took his shirt off, and called the women on the show "hoes." Clearly, this charmer hasn't matured since his brief dalliance with reality TV. In an interview with TMZ, the 28-year-old junkyard supervisor/aspiring actor was unapologetic about his actions. "I wasn’t blacked out and knew exactly what I was doing," McDill said. "People need to get off their high horse. It was awesome, and entertaining.” He also added that his rape comment was a threat to "destroy" his competitor. Also, producers should be thanking him for his work. “[I was] the only reason the first episode was the shit," he boasted. Try just shit, Ryan. Don't get carpet burns on your knuckles on your way out, dear.
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