'Bachelor in Paradise' Star Marcus Grodd Calls Lacy Faddoul 'Runaway Bride'
It looks like there is trouble in paradise for Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul.
The couple fell in love on “Bachelor in Paradise” and later wed on camera in Mexico.
Now, Grodd tells Life & Style that Faddoul has pulled a disappearing act.
“It feels like she's a runaway bride,” Marcus explained. “We had this fantastic relationship, and then it totally vanished. It was like she ran away.”
Grodd said the TV wedding wasn't official, and, “When we came back, we were supposed to start the paperwork.” He claims she hesitated on moving forward and now he feels “duped.”
After “Bachelor in Paradise,” he left for basic training. When he returned, Marcus says Lacy wasn't ready to move in together and asked him to find his own place.
In January, things were looking up for the pair, but Grodd said they eventually saw each other less and less. The reality star claims he saw Faddoul for the last time two months ago. After that, she supposedly cut off communication.
Lacy has not spoken out about the relationship, but did add a pic with Marcus to her Facebook intro photos on May 27.
For the full interview with Marcus, pick up the latest issue of Life & Style magazine, on newsstands now.