New Details About Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s Shady Past Resurface After The 'Bachelor' Finale — Including His Mugshot

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His ex-girlfriends are claiming he lied about some things he said on the show.

In the days that have followed since the epically cringe-worthy finale of Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s season of The Bachelor, more information about his shady past has resurfaced for all of us to gawk at. 

The 36-year-old race car driver and real estate agent from Scottsdale, Arizona proposed to 25-year-old Lauren Burnham on the After the Final Rose special after he famously dumped 26-year-old Becca Kufrin — whom he had just proposed to in Peru. A classic move. 

Thanks to the Daily Mail, an old mugshot of Arie's resurfaced, and it's glorious. 

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In October of 2008, the speed demon was arrested for driving with a suspended license in Scottsdale. He had been given a ticket for that exact same offense a month, and his rap sheet also includes traffic infractions such as failing to provide insurance, following too closely, speeding, failure to obey a traffic signal and unsafe lane change. 

Remember, he is a bad boy. 

Scottsdale Police Department

In addition to being reckless behind the wheel, Arie has also apparently not told his new fiance about his troubled past. Which is actually not the only thing he hasn't told her about (if we're also counting not letting her watch him acting like a jerk during his televised breakup). 

A woman named Jenna Jones claimed that he got onto the reality show without her knowledge. 

"He continued auditioning behind my back," she wrote in a now-deleted tweet. Jones also said that Arie is "a dude who claims to be a hopeless romantic but forever cheats on and does despicable wrongs to women."

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But the shadiest of all the shade comes from a claim by his ex, Cassie Harshman. During a one-on-one with Lauren, Arie told a story about a woman he dated who had a miscarriage. He claims she said: "When you come home, I won't be here." 

Apparently, that's not what happened. 

“He was with me in the doctor’s office when we found out about the miscarriage,” Carrie said. “It didn’t happen at all the way he portrayed it. At all!"

"The miscarriage was the beginning of the end but it was a long breakup. It wasn’t his story to tell. It’s so disrespectful," she continued. "It’s very painful to see one of the worst experiences of my life played out on TV. That he would use this while cameras are rolling, with someone he barely knows, to garner sympathy, is just really sad.” 

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