The Bachelor Australia

Uh oh, The Bachelor's Rachael Arahill has already been caught up in a racism scandal

And we're only one day in.

By Alex Lilly
We've only just kicked off Bachelor season for 2019, but we already have a racism scandal on our hands.
No, it's not Matt Agnew himself but one bachelorette's past has come back to bite her after she was forced to delete an Instagram post that featured a racial slur.
23 year-old Rachael Arahill, who arrived at the Bachelor mansion dressed as a bride had to take down a post from 2015, that featured a racial slur in her caption.
In the now deleted Instagram photo that was unearthed by the Daily Mail, Rachael appears to be kissing her ex-boyfriend with the picturesque background of a setting sun and captioned it, "Hahaha I don't want b----es mistakenly thinking that I'm a nice c--- coz I post these pics, n----s be tripping."
Rachael was forced to take down an Instagram post that featured a racial slur in her caption. (Image: Instagram @rachaelarahill)
Rachael isn't the first cast member of the Bachelor franchise to be embroiled in a racism scandal.
Just last year, Bill Goldsmith who was one of Ali Oetjen's top three suitors, found himself in hot water when a Facebook status was unearthed that Bill penned shortly after the Sydney Lindt Cafe siege in 2014.
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"I'm finding it so hard not to be racist, after all this stuff in Sydney," he wrote on social media.
When someone commented "If a white male Australian / American / British Christian did it, would you still be thinking racist?" Bill responded with, "99 per cent of terrorists are Muslims, religion in a whole is a crock of sh--. It's just a way to brainwash ppl into giving them money and get tax exemptions from the government [sic]."
When the scandal was unearthed, a Network Ten spokesperson said, "Bill has deleted the post and is extremely sorry for any offence he may have caused."
Rachael is definitely going to cause some fireworks this season. (Image: Network Ten)
Rachael is definitely one to watch this season and has already been described as "upfront and confident" and unlike anyone he's ever met.
"I am very much an open book so if something does come out about me, I am not going to deny it," she revealed.
"I don't think I have much to hide but we will see what happens.
"I am friends with all my ex-boyfriends, except one."