Easy Nwachukwu and Claire Crowley on the night of one of the bachelor movies.
Uzoma Yesi Nwachukwu was silent on social media before the end of her show The Bachelorette and did not appear in the December special. Men tell everyone he raped a woman ten years ago. After almost two months on Instagram, Nwachukwu returned to social media in January and appears to have denied the allegations.
Many serious things have been said about me that are not true, Nwachukwu wrote in part in an Instagram post. But I am grateful for my friends and family who know me and know who I am.
The allegations came to light in October when a woman tweeted about a non-voluntary sexual experience with Nwachukwu. ABC’s investigation proved inconclusive and Nwachukwu continued to get airtime in the program, eventually finishing in 12th place.
Details of the alleged Nwachukwu attack Figure
In December, the Huffington Post published the results of an investigation into the alleged incident. In the report, a woman named Lauren (who requested her last name to ignore confidentiality issues) says Nwachukwu raped her at a New Year’s Eve party in 2010. She said she was an 18-year-old high school student at the time and he was a student at Texas A&M University.
Here is an excerpt from the report with some graphic details of the indictment:
Lauren then remembers waking up in her shirt, held tightly by Nwachukwu, who had entered her. She remembers that he offered to give her oral sex. She told him no and asked him to let her go. He ignored her request. Lauren then remembers another girl waking up in the room and yelling at Nwachukwa to leave her alone. (HuffPost contacted the man to ask his opinion, but received no response). Then he stopped. Lauren said she then got up, ran out of the house and spent the rest of the night in another house on the property.
Lauren told the Huffington Post that she filed the story because she was concerned that her ABC exhibit would give her access to many vulnerable women. ABC and The Bachelor have not commented on the allegations.
Don’t expect to see Eazy Nwachukwu back on ABC
Nwachukwu’s absence in Men Tell All was inexplicable, but the explanation was not strictly necessary. It’s not hard to see why ABC would distance itself from a candidate facing such serious allegations.
Even the participants of the 16. The Bachelorette season seems to be staying away from Nwachukwu. Although one of the contestants, Joe Park, shared a screenshot in December that showed several contestants, including Nwachukwu, on Zoom, he did not show up to other gatherings, such as party tricks or Demar Jackson’s push-ups.
It seems certain that Nwachukwu will not appear on Bachelor in Paradise or any other Bachelor site.
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