But, Soules claimed the dating site alluded to his persona in a commercial which promises farmers “don’t have to be lonely.” Soules believes the matching site was referring to his “Bachelor” status, when it talked about a man on TV who picked a city girl, the lawsuit, obtained by the gossip site, said.He said the show was referencing his failed relationship with the winner of his season, Whitney Bischoff.

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The Iowa farmer, who starred on the ABC show’s 19th season, is suing a dating website for farmers for using him for marketing without permission, TMZ reported.

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