‘Bachelor’ Contestant Wins $1 Million In NFL Fantasy Contest, Fans Immediately Accuse Her Of Colluding With Husband

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We all know at least one dude who would be shattered to learn that a woman beat him in fantasy. Just beside himself. That guy who fantasizes about fantasy and tells everyone who will listen how fucking Money Ball he is. It’s basically his entire personality at this point.

Well, upon learning that Bachelor in Paradise season 2 winner Jade Roper Tolbert won $1 million in DraftKings Fantasy Football Millionaire contest, these guys banded together to found out how and why something this tragic could happen.

Here was Jade’s winning lineup.

Sleuths quickly dig some digging and found what appears to be Jade colluding with her husband Tanner by each entering the contest a maximum number of times (150) and splitting their player exposure. Draftkings prohibits “group play designed to gain an unfair advantage over others.”

Meanwhile, Jade, who underestimated the investigatory powers of the world wide web, was trying to write her own innocent narrative.

Her hubby told her not to start Metcalf, yet the player distribution tells a different tale–88 percent exposure.

When reached by PEOPLE, a spokesperson for DraftKings said they were “looking into” the situation.

“We take the integrity and fairness of our contests very seriously and are looking into this matter,” the spokesperson said.

It appears that the public is taking this more seriously. Fellow Bachelor in Paradise alum Chris Randone congratulated the couple on Twitter for their winnings and was met with death threats.


Oh no, old tweets time.

File this one under: Life Comes At You Fast.

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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.