And then Michelle gets teary-eyed in a talking-head as she talks about how some of the women here are deceitful. "I don't think it's fair to Jake," she says, while she wonders to herself if she brought enough lye to handle ALL the bitches here.
Later, Christina's doing her insecurity thing while getting some alone time with Jake, and the other women are chatting (Michelle is noticeably cheerier after spending time with Jake), and then Chris Harrison comes in. "Rozlyn, can I talk to you outside?" She gets up and goes with him, the other women watching intently. Gia says they were all freaking out and didn't know what was going on.
Outside, Chris Harrison tells Rozlyn that this is something they've never had to deal with in the history of the show. "What's that?" she says, and he says it's very awkward and he's very sorry they have to have this conversation. "I'm guessing you have some idea why I pulled you aside." She says nothing, so he tells her that she "entered into an inappropriate relationship" with one of their staffers, who is no longer working for them as a result. He says they now feel it's impossible for her to form a meaningful relationship with Jake, and he mentions respect for the other women, and the show, etc. "So you think that there's no other girls here that felt for other people before they came on this show?" Harrison points out this is something that happened while she was on this show with someone who works on the show, not a relationship with someone back home.
"I don't think that my personal life is really anybody's business," says the woman who went on a reality show specifically to expose her personal life to a national audience. Harrison tells her that they take this very seriously, and they feel a line was crossed. Harrison says he's not judging her. "Nobody is," he says. Not true! But they have to deal with it. "The bottom line is this: We feel, because of what's happened, it's impossible for you to continue on this show." She nods and says it makes sense, and he tells her she should leave tonight. He tells her, not angrily, to go pack her things (having received a rose, she's not already packed), and there's a van waiting for her. She says it wasn't anything deceitful, just something that happened. She doesn't think it was deceitful?