'Bachelor' Couple Shocks Fans With Realization That Their Marriage Is Fake

After watching them tie the knot on Bachelor in Paradise last season, we thought Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd's relationship would last forever. But unfortunately, it looks like we were wrong. It's official: Marcus and Lacy have broken up, and that's just the beginning.


And don't worry -- if you're concerned about their having to file all that divorce paperwork, don't be. They were never married for real! In an interview with Life & Style, Marcus tells all, calling his ex a "runaway bride." Why? Well, after they married in Paradise, she never wanted to make their marriage legal and binding. That was his first clue! 

Marcus told the magazine: 

We had this fantastic relationship, and then it totally vanished. It was like she ran away. When we came back, we were supposed to start the paperwork. But she stalled. Now I feel duped.

Uh, can you blame him? That really sucks! 

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Then, after he got back from training after he joined the military, he wanted to move in with Lacy, but she declined. After that, he began seeing less and less of her until he started getting the feeling that she could be cheating on him. Ouch! 

Then, their relationship came to its real end. They went to dinner, and after that, Marcus says Lacy "cut off all communication." And apparently, he hasn't heard from her since. 

Lacy and Marcus were never really married -- there's a fact that's hard to wrap your head around! So much for BIP bringing couples together for lasting relationships, huh? Fingers crossed Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert don't suffer the same fate. Our hearts couldn't take it! 


Image via marcus_grodd/Instagram

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