Controversial ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Contestant Leo Dottavio Melts Down On Twitter, Threatens Othe

Leo Dottavio, baby, what are you doing?!

The former Bachelorette contestant and recently-eliminated Bachelor in Paradise firebrand with the super-long hair is apparently not done going crazy this week — but this time, all the drama is taking place on Twitter.

After his, uh, interesting pair of BiP episodes aired on Monday and Tuesday, the stuntman took to Twitter to criticize two people who had called him out negatively while live-watching his incredible meltdown the show: Bachelor alums Amanda Stanton and Tanner Tolbert.

Amanda revealed what happened in a tweet (below):

And then later revealed that after it happened, Leo immediately blocked her (below):

Leo quickly replied, too, in a since-deleted tweet (below):

“Going after my livelihood cause of unsubstantiated claims from my college days isn’t too classy miss. I don’t even know who you are but it’s pathetic. Faux ass celeb. Find some other way to stay relevant.”

Hmmm…

Immediately after that, Tolbert tweeted his own thoughts about Leo and his weird relationship with Kendall, offering up some opinions Leo did NOT care for (below):

LOLz!!

But Leo took immediate offense to it, responding again to Tanner in a public string of (again, now-deleted) tweets, including this:

“Hey buddy why don’t we settle this old school? Put some gloves on step in the ring? Next time you’re in LA maybe we can do that. Whoever loses donates 5k to charity. Heck I’ll let you wear head gear. When I knock you out can I stand over you and call you a beta?”

Uh… is Leo one of those people who calls other men ‘alpha’ and ‘beta’ males? Because that says it all right there…

Fortunately, Tanner quote-tweeted him back to call him out (below):

Wow!

Even Nick Viall got into it in Tanner’s defense (below):

Amen!!!

Again, Leo deleted all of his tweets, and he clearly backtracked after his bad behavior online, saying:

“Hey guys I hope you all know today was an attempt at humor. It’s honestly very humbling there are so many people concerned about my love life and mental health. God bless.”

But the damage is done, and the absurdity has been documented.

In the infamous words of Tia on the show the other night: go home, Leo!

Go home!

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