Clare Crawley ‘Liked’ These Shady Tweets Hinting She Was Forced to Leave The Bachelorette

Clare Crawley was replaced by franchise alum Tayshia Adams after falling in love with a contestant roughly two weeks into filming The Bachelorette.

The Bachelorette, Clare Crawley, Dale Moss

The 39 year old Bachelorette’s recent Twitter activity offers a new theory about her exit: she was forced to leave the show.

She took to Twitter and ‘liked’ a bunch of shady tweets by Bachelor fan Marietou Sangare this week, which defended how she was shown on the show and the Bachelorette switch with Tayshia Adams.

Here are the tweets by Marietou Sangare that Clare liked on Twitter.

Clare Crawley The Bachelorette

“I think they were trying to force her out on some real. It was reported that she quit 12 days after filming and she locked herself in her room and wouldn’t come out, which was hard to believe considering how bad she wanted it.”

“And I really feel like they are giving her a bad edit( just my opinion). They are feeding into the narrative and the rumors and making it seem like it was Clare’s decision that this ended and I feel like that’s not the case.” 

“They had Tayshia quarantined 9 days after Clare started filming. They wanted to remove Clare. And I just don’t think it’s fair.”

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“Production knows exactly what they were doing. They’ve never had a lead just ‘quit’ and with how excited and how bad Clare wanted this, I doubt it. They were ready with a back up and as soon as they found out that Clare was into Dale it was a wrap,” the user wrote in another tweet that was liked by Clare.

“Production has control over literally everything. They know what they’re doing.” 

She even liked a tweet that said that the episodes were heavily edited.

Clare also gave a like to suggestions the 16th season was heavily edited
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