Less than a day after Jed McIntosh was revealed as one of The Bachelors Australia for 2022, the musician was called out on Twitter for making a series of disturbing statements online.

As reported exclusively by So Dramatic!, one user reposted a series of comments from 2011 in which Jed makes jokes about “rape” on Facebook.

Now, he has responded to the reports.

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The Bachelors’ Jed McIntosh made a series of disturbing comments on Facebook in 2011. Source: Instagram.

“These posts are from over 10 years ago, and I don’t have any recollection of making them,” he told the Daily Telegraph. “Anyone who knows me knows this is not who I am.”

Continuing, he said: “As a kid, we say things not understanding the gravity of the language used, but I can adamantly say as an adult I do not agree with the use of language and sentiment of the posts.

“I have the utmost respect for women, am a strong advocate for assault victims and would never want to cause any harm or hurt to anyone.”

What Were the Comments Made by Jed McIntosh?

***Trigger Warning: This article will discuss sexual assault.  This may be triggering to readers with similar experiences.

In one comment, obtained by So Dramatic! the Melbourne-born drummer says he and another person “are gonna rape yas [sic].” He then warns: “so watch out because theres a storm coming kids 😉 [sic].”

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Jed has been called out on Twitter for making a series of disturbing comments. Source: Supplied.

They have also uploaded evidence of more misogynistic comments made by Jed, including one where he admits to “having a perve” on one of his school teachers. In another, he says he wants to “smash some pussy.”

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The user posted the series of tweets last night, following the official announcement of The Bachelor Australia 2022’s main cast.

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A Twitter user has made several tweets calling out The Bachelor frontman. Source: Supplied.

If you or someone you know needs help, please contact BeyondBlue on 1300 224 636 or Lifeline on 13 11 14. If you or someone you know has been the victim of a sexual assault, please contact the Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence National Help Line on 1800 Respect (1800 737 732) or head to The Australian Human Rights Commission for a list of state by state resources.

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