First comes love, then comes a sexting scandal, then comes marriage plans, and then comes… whoppers? 

Bachelorette couple Emily Maynard and Jef Holm are in the "cheating gossip" news again. The tables are turned this month, as golden boy Jef is the alleged cheater. 

Reportedly, Jef reached out to an old flame, and then she agreed to meet him at Burger King (honest, I couldn't make this stuff up). Did they try on BK King crowns, talk, eat whoppers?  We're not sure. Sadly, the source skimped on the details. 

“Jef has been calling and texting his ex-girlfriend for months and she ignored him for a while but just last night they met up,” a source close to Jef's ex told Radar Online. The source claimed Jef and his ex-girlfriend met at the fast food restaurant over the weekend and made plans to meet again on Monday. McDonalds next? Jef's rep denied the claims. 

I can totally picture Jef wearing a BK King crown, sipping on a juice box, but I have a hard time believing he'd meet an ex-girlfriend (for cheating purposes) in a public place. I mean, has America learned nothing from the Kristen Stewart cheating scandal? 

Just last week, Emily and Jef shared they're in wedding planning mode. 

That's right! Despite recent accusations that Emily cheated on Jef (via sexually explicit texts) and gripes that they have nothing in common (shocker), the reality TV couple wants to be married as soon as spring!

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"We're thinking early spring 2013," Jef told Life & Style magazine. "We haven't locked anything down yet, but we just know that's the time frame we want to do it." No word yet on whether or not the blessed event will be on TV. 

Emily admitted that she has been mentally planning her wedding since she was 13 years old. “I have an idea of what the whole thing is going to look like,” Emily said. “I’m just glad I found the guy. The rest will come.” Emily might have found "a" guy, but did she find "the" guy? 


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