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Jef Holm blasted for being sleazy himself after criticizing Juan Pablo Galavis

Jef Holm made headlines recently when he criticized "The Bachelor" star Juan Pablo Galavis, saying that he was in the show for the wrong reasons, that many of the women have nothing good to say about him, and proclaiming him to be the "sleaziest" Bachelor ever. Well it may have been a case of the pot calling the kettle black. As revealed by a Wetpaint Entertainment article posted on Wednesday, March 5, sources say that Jef tried to get together with some of the women from Juan's season after they taped the "Women Tell All" episode in late February.

Jef Holm attends The Launch Of Just Dance 4 presented by Ubisoft at Lexington Social House on October 2, 2012 in Hollywood, California.
Jef Holm attends The Launch Of Just Dance 4 presented by Ubisoft at Lexington Social House on October 2, 2012 in Hollywood, California.Photo by Araya Diaz/Getty Images

Jef hosted an after-party for the women. He apparently wasn't just being friendly.

“He was acting like a total d—bag, and everyone noticed. He was hitting on every girl from [Season 18], especially Christy [Hansen], and he even hit her up to meet him down in Orange County. She wasn’t into it. None of them were…” said a source.

“After the bar with the girls who were in town for ‘Women Tell All,’ he invited everyone up to his house for an after party, and he acted like such a jerk," the source added.

"He wants everyone to think he has a lot of money, and he talks about how nice his house is, trying to show up everyone," another source said.

During Jef's interview with Us Magazine, in which he said that Juan Pablo is "by far the sleaziest Bachelor that's been on the show," he also said that he's dating someone who he's "really excited" about.

Wetpaint's sources, however, say that Jef wasn't behaving like someone who already has a special someone at the "Women Tell All" after-party.

In addition to criticizing Juan Pablo to Us Magazine, Jef also took to Twitter to make fun of his habit of saying that everything's okay.

"One word. Naco. But "it's ok," he tweeted after the episode in which Andi Dorfman left "The Bachelor" aired.

Who do you think is sleazier? Juan Pablo Galavis or Jef Holm?

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