News about "The Bachelor" 2018 season has been scarce in recent weeks, but a new report out Monday posted an article about the past of one contestant. This kind of thing happens every year before the show airs. With a group of 29 girls vying for a man's heart on a reality show, one or two aren't without some kind of history in which they've gotten into trouble with the law.

Final four contestant pled guilty to misdemeanor

Arie Luyendyk, Jr. has a Finalist on his cast that has an arrest record from many years ago. Becca Kurfin, 27, from Minnesota, was hit with a summons for "underage consumption" on January 17, 1990. The information was obtained by Radar Online from Blue Earth County District Court in Minnesota.

"The Bachelor" contestant, currently a senior account executive for a technology business, pled guilty and was ordered to pay a minimum of $431 in fines.

Will that misdemeanor mean much to Arie Luyendyk, Jr.? Probably not, considering he was arrested in October 2008 for driving with a suspended license. He was following another car too close before making a lane change; and he pled guilty to one count of driving with a suspended license.

Spoilers for rest of season

Reality Steve hasn't been able to leak anything much about the overnight dates other than to reveal that they took place in Peru. "The Bachelor" spoilers blogger noted in his November 14 blog post that the final rose ceremony was slated to be taped by Thursday or Friday of that week. It's possible that Arie is engaged right now and may have just spent Thanksgiving with his fiancee!

While it's unknown who the final three contestants for the 2018 season are, spoilers [VIDEO] indicate that the three other finalists that make up the hometown dates ended up being Tia Booth, 26, from Arkansas, Lauren Burnham, 25, from Texas, and Kendall Long, 25, from California.

Steve wrote that he'd have answers to many of the burning questions by Thanksgiving, but he's still working on the final details. It's been getting a little tougher each season to obtain "Bachelor" spoilers for some reason. Photos on social media aren't as accessible as they used to be when onlookers would snap images of the show in production.

Hopefully Steve will disclose what he knows happens after hometowns soon. Fans only have to wait one month to watch the show with Arie Luyendyk, Jr. Will he find true love this time around?

"The Bachelor" 2018 with will premiere on ABC Monday, January 1 at 8 PM, ET / PT.