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The Bachelorette star Clare Crawley’s ex-fiance claims it ‘wasn’t her ultimate decision’ to leave

With Clare Crawley’s brief stint on The Bachelorette is seemingly coming to an end this week, her ex-fiance claims it wasn’t her decision to leave the show.

Benoit Beausejour-Savard, 33, met Crawley, 39, on Bachelor Winter Games, with the couple getting engaged in February 2018 though they had split in April 2018.

Beausesjour-Savard appeared as a guest on Ben Higgins and Ashley Iaconetti’s Almost Famous podcast, where he admitted that the Clare he’s seen on the show, ‘is not the Clare I know.’

Not Clare’s decision: With Clare Crawley’s brief stint on The Bachelorette is seemingly coming to an end this week, her ex-fiance claims it wasn’t her decision to leave the show

Ex-fiance: Benoit Beausejour-Savard, 33, met Crawley, 39, on Bachelor Winter Games, with the couple getting engaged in February 2018 though they had split in April 2018

Ex-fiance: Benoit Beausejour-Savard, 33, met Crawley, 39, on Bachelor Winter Games, with the couple getting engaged in February 2018 though they had split in April 2018

The Montreal restaurant manager said he filmed a segment with Crawley that was intended to be used during the premiere, and while ABC’s Rob Mills claimed they didn’t have time for the segment, Beausejour-Savard thinks something else is afoot.

‘She has some good qualities than right now what we’ve seen it’s only [the] drama part,” he said. ‘Clare is a really deep person. She likes to get to know you on a really deeper level, which is not showing at all.’

He also theorizes that the moment where Clare mentions her fiance, seemingly referring to frontrunner Dale Moss, may have been her talking about him, though it was edited to refer to Moss.

Segment: The Montreal restaurant manager said he filmed a segment with Crawley that was intended to be used during the premiere, and while ABC's Rob Mills claimed they didn't have time for the segment, Beausejour-Savard thinks something else is afoot

Segment: The Montreal restaurant manager said he filmed a segment with Crawley that was intended to be used during the premiere, and while ABC’s Rob Mills claimed they didn’t have time for the segment, Beausejour-Savard thinks something else is afoot

‘When she called him her fiancé, a lot of people were telling me, “Benoit, I feel like they just cut out the ex-fiancé part and maybe they made some jokes about you and that was not fair,” so there’s no way she would have called him at that moment her fiancé,’ he said. 

‘I know Clare and I know how she is. Why would she have called him her fiancé at that moment, especially in that part because she’s, like, walking, you can see the back of her head so you can’t really read her lips, so it’s weird a bit,’ he added.

When Higgins asked if the Clare Crawley that’s being presented on this season of The Bachelorette is the same woman he fell in love with, he clearly said no.

Not the same: When Higgins asked if the Clare Crawley that's being presented on this season of The Bachelorette is the same woman he fell in love with, he clearly said no

Not the same: When Higgins asked if the Clare Crawley that’s being presented on this season of The Bachelorette is the same woman he fell in love with, he clearly said no

‘I would say this is not the Clare that I know. Put yourself into her shoes, you’re doing quarantine in a resort,’ he added.

‘This show’s a bit [of a] mindf***k, you’re been there, it’s a lot to manage and I feel like at some point maybe she was overwhelmed by all of this,’ he continued.  

‘She felt super strong feelings with Dale and then this whole thing played out. … There’s a little difference in the Clare that is shown on TV than the Clare that I know in real life,’ Beausejour-Savard added.

A lot: 'This show’s a bit [of a] mindf***k, you’re been there, it’s a lot to manage and I feel like at some point maybe she was overwhelmed by all of this,' he continued.

A lot: ‘This show’s a bit [of a] mindf***k, you’re been there, it’s a lot to manage and I feel like at some point maybe she was overwhelmed by all of this,’ he continued.

He also feels that it would have been a ‘totally different season’ if Moss wasn’t there, though he acknowledges it’s possible she fell for him so quickly.

‘I feel like she’s just so passionate. She knows what she wants,’ he added.

As for her much-publicized departure from The Bachelorette, Beausejour-Savard claims that producers talked her into leaving after she failed to hand out a rose at her group date.

“So I think, like, ultimately it was production that came at her and said, ‘You know what, Clare, I feel like you’re not giving it a fair chance, you’re really into Dale, so we want you to be happy’ and they had like a common agreement on her maybe leaving the show but I feel like it wasn’t her ultimate decision.” 

Different season: He also feels that it would have been a 'totally different season' if Moss wasn't there, though he acknowledges it's possible she fell for him so quickly

Different season: He also feels that it would have been a ‘totally different season’ if Moss wasn’t there, though he acknowledges it’s possible she fell for him so quickly


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