This season of "The Bachelor" is one of the most controversial seasons yet. Of course, Arie Luyendyk Jr. probably didn't anticipate that he would become one of the most hated reality stars in the entire franchise, but when he decided to dump Becca in favor of Lauren after the finale proposal, fans went wild. They had no idea that he would propose to Becca, then break up with her on national television, and then go back to Lauren, who openly welcomed him back. Everything was topped off with a final proposal on "After the Final Rose [VIDEO]."

On social media, people went wild after learning that Arie had dumped Becca in favor of Lauren.

While Lauren Burnham was thrilled that she got to win Arie back, fans are not happy with Arie himself. And it sounds like Becca has tremendous support from her home state. According to a new Bravo report, it appears that Arie Luyendyk Jr. [VIDEO] is not a welcomed man in Minnesota, the home state of Becca. Minnesota representative Drew Christensen revealed on Twitter that he would author a bill banning Arie from Minnesota should he get a 1,000 retweets. Well, given the controversial finale, he got 12,000 retweets.

Minnesota stands behind Becca

Many may have thought that he was just joking around when he thought about drawing up a bill. However, he stuck to his word and he shared the paperwork on social media. While he can't actually ban someone from the state, he has made it a right that anyone that lives in Minnesota has a right to live a life without the presence of Arie.

In case you can't read what the bill says, here's an excerpt:

"The State Of Minnesota hereby adopts a policy of zero tolerance of Arie Luyendyk, Jr. from season 22 of The Bachelor. It is state policy that every person in the state has a right to live free from the presence of Arie Luyendyk, Jr. in the state."

Advised to leave the spotlight

Arie Luyendyk Jr. is currently learning what the hate is really like. He could become one of the most hated reality stars in the country. Right now, he doesn't seem to care as he has found love with Lauren Burnham. But everyone is advising him to leave the spotlight for a bit so things can cool off. Fans probably won't see him on "Dancing With The Stars" or any other reality show, like so many other "Bachelor" contestants. Instead, it sounds like Arie and Lauren are ready for some privacy.

What do you think about this ban in Minnesota? Do you think it is outrageous or just an example of how much people are invested in "The Bachelor?"