rachel lindsay of "The Bachelorette" 2017 is filming her season right now, and the spoilers are coming out. It turns out that five of the guys on Rachel Lindsay's season actually have run-ins with the law in their past. Rachel might not be happy to know that, but the thing is the guys might not tell her about it all.

What did some of the guys do in their past?

When it comes to picking out guys to be on "The Bachelorette," they do screen them first. That means if they did something in their past, it could keep them from being on the show, but if it wasn't terrible, they might decide to keep them around anyway.

Lucas Yancey is one guy with a criminal past. This guy didn't just get a ticket, but he actually went to jail for twenty days. He was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, bodily injury resulting. He has also been on reality television before. Jonathan Treece was in a situation that sounds way too much like what Chris Soules is going through right now. Back in November of 2015, he left the scene of an accident. The victim didn't die but actually had very serious injuries. Treece went about his day like it was nothing and was later found at a movie theater. The case did end up getting dismissed eventually, though.

Bryan Abasolo was accused of insurance fraud. You can't imagine that Rachel Lindsay would be okay with that, but she may not know.

His entire case did end up being dismissed, but Bryan was accused of some pretty crazy stuff. Allstate Insurance sued him saying that he submitted false medical records and bills. It also said he would send patients to get an MRI without good reason. Dean Unglert got in trouble with the law, but it was clear back in 2010. He was charged for being at a nightclub while he was still underage.

He also has alcohol on him and argued a bit with a bouncer. Blake Elarbee was charged with a DUI, and he was also on reality television as well.

It does sound like Rachel Lindsay has a few guys that are going to be pretty wild on her season. Everyone is interested to see how it goes down. Rachel is pretty serious, but she is going to be looking to have a fun time as well.

It should be a great season.

Are you shocked to hear that five of the guys on Rachel Lindsay's season of the show have been in trouble with the police before? Do you think that Rachel is going to end up getting rid of some of them over this? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "The Bachelorette" when it starts airing on May 22 on ABC. You never know if some of these guys might end up on "Bachelor in Paradise" when the new season starts airing this summer.