In addition, Craig Robinson, a 27-year-old lawyer from Philadelphia, PA, failed to receive a rose from Ali during the episode's subsequent Rose Ceremony.
"That was really a heart breaker. I'm shocked," said a tearful Craig in the limousine.
"I wanted it to be mutual and I thought that what we had was heading in the right direction. I was falling in love, I was. I had strong feelings for her. She's like no girl I ever met before. I wanted to be the one that ended up with her. It hurts knowing that's not going to happen. It's going to take me some time to get over it."
The Bachelorette's sixth sixth-season episode began with the seven remaining bachelors arriving in Istanbul, Turkey -- their second stop abroad on their globe-trotting trip with Ali.
"It's going to be a good week and I have really high hopes for moving forward with a lot of the guys this week," she said.
"Up until now I've been trying to figure out what guys weren't right for me, and now I'm feeling really confident about these seven guys that I still have here."
Ali met host Chris Harrison in her hotel room and asked if she had a second to talk.
"I'm scared," she said. "Why are you here?"
"There's something I do need to tell you," he replied.
"Something that was brought to our attention. Oddly enough, a former cast member who you know -- [former The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love bachelorette Jessie Sulidis], who you became friends with last season, she contacted us and gave me some information that is legit. I checked it out. It's a real story that I think you need to hear."
Chris then called Jessie for Ali to talk with her.
"My heart is racing," said Ali.
Once Jessie -- who was calling from her native Toronto -- was on the phone, he handed it to Ali.
"I have some information about somebody that is on the show who I don't think is there for the right reasons," Jessie told Ali. "In fact, I know that he's not there for the right reasons. One of the guys there has a girlfriend."
"Oh my god..." said Ali.
"And that's Justin," continued Jessie.
"How do you know this?" asked Ali.
"Because I'm sitting with his girlfriend right now," replied Jessie. "Her name's [Jessica Spillas]."
Jessie then handed the phone to Jessica, who began to cry.
"I don't even know where to start," said Jessica.
"Basically, me and Justin have been dating for the past almost two years now. A couple months ago, he said, 'I'm going on the show, but it's solely for the purpose of getting my foot into the door of the entertainment industry,' his wrestling career. He assured me that when he came back we would be together and start our plans to get married. I believed him."
"What did he say his plan was?" asked Ali.
"He said to me, 'This is something that's going to benefit both of us because it's going to open a lot of doors for me.' He said, 'I really want to get into Top 3 because once you're in Top 3 you're well known,'" revealed Jessie, who added she helped Justin shop for clothes and even took him to the hospital when he broke his leg.
"I really didn't want to do this from the beginning. I didn't want to cause trouble and drama. The fact that you could potentially choose him to be your husband and then what? He actually contacted me last night and he said that he still loved me. That's when I had to put my foot down because a couple days after he left I found out he had another girlfriend for the past two months."
Ali put her head in her hand as she listened to Jessica.
"Nobody should feel what I'm feeling right now," continued Jessica. "This is really, really hard for me to talk about. I'm really trying to be strong through all this. I'm sorry."
Ali thanked Jessica and told her to stay strong.
"This is the most important thing I'm ever going to do in my whole life," added Ali. "I really do want to meet my husband here, and neither of us deserve this. It sucks that someone would be here like that."
The phone call ended, and Ali opined in a confessional that everything that Justin had told her was a "lie."
"From Night 1, the guys, they voted him off in the ballot box," she told Chris. "I really just thought maybe he's misunderstood. He's so sweet and so nice and walked up to my house on his crutches. He seemed so perfect on paper."
In addition, Ali said she was most upset how Justin repeatedly insisted he was there "for the right reasons" when clearly he wasn't.
Chris then showed Ali a photo of Justin with Jessica.
"We found out he contacted her secretly, snuck off and used phones," added Chris. "He's been calling her while he's on the show with you."
"Do the guys know?" asked Ali.
"No," replied Chris. "I just found out and came straight to tell you. Honestly the question is what do you want to do? It's up to you."
"I'm beyond pissed," said Ali. "I want to get him out of here as quickly as possible."
Chris then took Ali to the guys' room to confront Justin.
"This has been my fear from the very beginning and I feel like his deceitfulness is even worse," she said in a confessional. "I believe in being good to people and putting people in their place when they're not good to you."
Craig answered the door when Ali knocked and let her in. The seven remaining guys then gathered in the room.
"It's been quite the road getting here so far," she said to all of them. "Justin I think it's been especially difficult for you because you probably really miss your girlfriend in Canada. She called me this morning."
"Really?" said Justin.
"Yeah," answered Ali. "She was really upset. You promised her that you were going to come here and get to the Top 3 and then go home to promote your wrestling career and have a life with her? You sat here and cried to me about your mother and respecting women and you think this is the way to respect women?"
With that, Justin got up and began to walk away.
"Sit down and talk like a man," said Ali.
"No," refused Justin. "I'd rather just not say anything."
Roberto Martinez, a 26-year-old insurance agent from Charleston, SC, comforted Ali.
"I don't have a girlfriend," said Justin under his breath as he walked away. "I'm out."
"What are you going to do?" asked Chris. "Just walk off without talking to her?"
"F--k you," replied Justin. "Straight up. I've got my passport, I've got my wallet -- that's all I need."
Chris and Ali gave chase after Justin as he walked down the hotel stairs.
"I just want to get out of here," Justin told Ali outside the hotel. "If you want to talk off camera, I'd be more than happy."
"You want to talk off camera?!" asked a confused Ali. "Justin, you're seriously going to walk away from me. You're going to go out like this?"
"Absolutely," he replied.
Ali once again taunted Justin to "talk like a man," but he was having none of it.
"Justin, you're going to regret this," shouted Ali as Justin took the most difficult route possible to get away from her -- walking through gardens and over stone walls.
In a confessional, Ali said she thought Justin was "shocked" she confronted him.
"I think the way he reacted to the situation says it all," she added. "He got up and walked away. What kind of man does that? When you're caught in a lie and not expecting it, you need a little time to gather your thoughts and come up with your story. I think that's what Justin needed."
Justin then hobbled back over to Ali and sat next to her.
"I know you probably want to rip my head off right now but basically with me and Jessica, I never... Yeah, I have strong feeling for her. But honestly she's someone that I would say is my best friend," explained Justin.
"I thought I was going into this with 100% of my heart. But as the process and the weeks went by, my heart began less and less into this..."
"So when did you realize this?" asked Ali. "The other day when I gave you a rose and sent [Kasey Kahl] home on a two-on-one date? I just think it's so unfortunate that someone who wanted to be here and was so ready to be here for me."
"I wanted to, the day after, give you back the rose," explained Justin. "And I even actually still have it in my pocket."
"I don't want it back," said Ali.
She then revealed that Jessica told her this had been planned from the beginning and that Justin told her he was on the show "just to become famous." Justin denied it, and Ali got angry.
"So you're telling me that your best friend, someone you supposedly care about, just lied to me -- threw you under the bus and lied about a man that she loves?" she asked.
"You think she did that to you? Because the girl I was just talking to on the phone was balling her eyes out. I felt so sorry for her. She told me that you have another girlfriend that she found out about."
"That's not true," denied Justin. "Not at all."
Ali then asked Justin if he had been calling Jessica during filming.
"No, absolutely not," he denied. "No. Period. Absolutely not."
"Is she lying?" asked Ali. "Is this girl a liar? Tell me right now if Jessica is a liar."
Justin stumbled over his words in an attempt to answer.
"I did not come here to get famous," he said.
"Did you tell her you were going to marry her?" asked Ali, and Justin continued to struggle to find the words.
"It's not that simple," he said.
"It is that simple," replied Ali. "You came here to find a wife and I came here to find a husband. You're f--king with that."
"Absolutely not," denied Justin.
"Someone went home the first night that could have been here for me," she continued. "I gave up my job. I gave up my apartment. I gave up everything to be here. For you to do this, it's awful. It's unspeakable what you've done. Not only to me, but to her."
"On that note, I'm sorry for everything," said Justin as he stood up.
"You could have just owned up like a man with a little bit of honor and little bit of integrity," said Ali, getting in a parting shot.
He then left.
"Justin couldn't even defend himself," said Ali in a confessional. "That speaks volumes. To me, he left like a coward. He hung his head, put his tail between his legs and walked out. I think Justin made it very clear that everything Jessica told me was true."
The broadcast then played a voicemail message that Justin allegedly left Jessica.
"Jessica, I just want to read you something that I wrote while I was here," said Justin in the message.
"You know, during this process I keep on thinking of you. and how much you mean to me. You are my everything, my best friend, my partner in crime. You are my world and I want you to be my wife. Every day and every second I think of your beautiful face and I look forward to kissing your lips again. I've been having that same thought for like weeks now. Seriously Jessica, please, I can't lose you. I love you."
Yet another voicemail Justin left for Jessica was then played.
"Jessica, I have to answer the same questions over and over about what love means to me and about how important having the love of my life is," he said. "That person is you. All I can think about is you and how much I love you."
A third voicemail was then played in which Justin states he's in Iceland.
"Honestly, you do know how important you are to me," he said. "Going through this process made me realize that even more. It kinda made me regret even coming up with this thing."
The six remaining guys discussed what had just happened between Justin and Ali and all of them thought he should have been gone weeks ago.
A date card was then slid under the door and revealed Ty Brown, a 31-year-old in medical sales from Nashville, TN, would be going on the one-on-one date -- much to the chagrin of Craig, who had only embarked on group dates.
Ali vowed to not let Justin occupy any more of her time and focused on her date with Ty.
"I think that connection that I already have with Ali is really good," said Ty. "So my expectations are really high."
The two walked through the market and visited several landmarks before they arrived at a bathhouse, where he gave her a massage.
Back at the hotel, Chris Lambton, a 33-year-old landscaper from Cape Cod, MA; Roberto; Kirk DeWindt, a 27-year-old sales consultant from Green Bay, WI; and Craig learned they'd be accompanying Ali on the next group date.
"I still want to be the guy that Ali chooses at the end," said Craig. "But I know I have a lot of competition for Ali's heart, and that worries me because I still haven't had a one-on-one."
Frank Neuschaefer, a 31-year-old retail manager, from Geneva, IL would be going on his second one-on-one date with Ali.
"That is very, very frustrating," opined Craig.
Ty and Ali kissed at the bathhouse.
"Falling in love is a big step, but it's easy to have deep feelings when you spend a day like we've had so far," said Ty. "If Ali wanted to come back to Turkey for our honeymoon, I absolutely would come back."
That night, the two enjoyed dinner by the water. Ali asked questions about Ty's divorce, and he answered them -- revealing that he had a hard time with his ex-wife working.
"I changed as a person," he added. "I think I'm a better person. I think I can be a better person for someone else... Career-wise, I would never question anything that you do because you'll be successful at whatever you do. I'm pretty sure of that."
At the house, Craig expressed his hope that Ty wouldn't receive a rose on the one-on-one date.
"If he went home today that would be two guys gone in one day," said Craig. "Great."
As the date came to a close, Ali told Ty that she did have "concerns" -- especially that she's not "traditional," which he claimed to be. But she also said he was open and honest, which she liked. She then presented him with the date's rose.
"I am so thrilled and excited and thankful," he gushed in a confessional. "Getting a rose from Ali means she understands where I'm coming from, she understands what I've been through, and she's okay with it."
The two danced, and Ali said she was excited to further explore what Ty has to offer.
The next day, Ali met Chris, Roberto, Kirk and Craig for the sixth season's final group -- which was held at the Rumeli Fortress, where they enjoyed a picnic lunch. She also revealed there would be no rose on the group date, but some alone time would be awarded.
"You guys are going to have to fight for it," she said.
The guys would participate in Turkey's national sport -- olive oil wrestling -- by facing off with oiled up, muscle-bound wrestlers. The winner would receive additional alone time with Ali later that night.
The competitions commenced and none of the guys faired very well against the Turkish wrestlers. The bachelors then battled each other for the alone time.
Craig defeated Chris -- motivated by the potential alone time -- and Roberto then beat Kirk. Craig and Roberto then squared off in a hard-fought match, and Craig eventually won.
"It feels almost better than winning a big case," said the lawyer. "I am pumped about my one-on-one time with Ali tonight. I just want to lay it all out there and have a great time with her."
Back at the hotel the guys opined Craig and Ali's upcoming alone time, which had the two take a boat ride. The two eventually had dessert and champagne at a tower on an island.
Craig continued to make Ali laugh -- something that he has constantly excelled at during the competition -- and she commended him for being positive and enthusiastic.
"I look at the bright side of everything," he told her. "Everything's positive. I know that everything will work out one way or another."
In a confessional, Craig said the alone time made him feel more confident in his relationship with Ali.
"We bonded. We get along," he added. "There's never an awkward moment of silence. We're into each other."
The two ended the evening with a fireworks show.
"I'm confident now that a connection that I thought may be there with Ali is there," he said in a confessional. "I'm definitely without a doubt falling for Ali."
She said the alone time was "amazing."
"I took a big step forward with Craig," she added in a confessional. "There's no doubt in my mind that Craig is a great guy. He's so funny, so sweet -- he's got everything I want in a guy."
The next day Ali embarked on her one-on-one date with Frank.
"I'm a little nervous because I don't really know if we can get back to where we were," she said. "I feel like things have sort of been up and down with Frank. Our first date is amazing, but he sort of continues to disappoint me. I really just want the old Frank back. It's kind of make it or beat it today."
The two visited Istanbul's bazaar, where they did some shopping and enjoyed themselves.
"I love being with Frank," gushed Ali. "The chemistry is right back where it was before and nothing has changed. It was a great day so far and it can only get better from here."
That night the two walked through a cistern and sat down for dinner. He talked about how he had been missing her and added he felt "out of touch" with his feelings. He also expressed a desire to be married "only once," which was "very important" to him. He wanted that to be with Ali.
"I think my relationship with you scares me," said Ali. "I feel nervous because I have no control over who falls in love with me and if the person I fall in love with falls in love with me back. I have no control over that."
Frank explained part of the reason he's still single is because he's been "very cautious" in love.
"I'm ready to trust my heart," he said.
"You should do that then," she answered.
The two then kissed.
"It was raw and real and my heart was racing," said Ali in a confessional. "I guess I just feel Frank has the potential to break my heart, but I just have a feeling about him. I just think there's something really special that we have. It's something I've never felt before."
Ali also presented the date's rose to Frank.
"Going into tonight I felt I was still a little guarded in my feelings and my emotions," he said in a confessional. "She brought them out of me... I can't help but fall for her. I'm falling for Ali, hard."
The next night, the bachelors gathered for the cocktail party prior to the Rose Ceremony, however Ali told Chris Harrison she didn't think it was necessary.
"I think I know what I need to do tonight," she told him. "I feel like I've had a connection of some sort with every guy here but one."
The guys were nervous as they awaited Ali's arrival, however The Bachelor host instead arrived and informed them of her decision to cancel the cocktail party.
"I feel like all of my relationships have taken a step forward, and because all of my relationships are really moving forward I didn't feel like it was fair to go through a cocktail party knowing that my mind was already made up," explained Ali.
In addition to Ty and Frank, Ali gave roses to Roberto, Chris and Kirk.
"I want you to know that everything I said to you the other night was true," Craig told Ali after his ouster. "I meant it from the bottom of my heart. This has been an incredible experience and I'll never forget any of it."
"I just think romance or something was missing between us," she replied.
Ali also revealed to her five remaining suitors that their next destination was Portugal.
The Bachelorette's next sixth-season episode will air Monday, July 5 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.
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