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Colton Underwood Said He Wouldn’t Shower In Men’s Locker Room In Case He Got ‘Turned On’

Former Bachelor Colton Underwood says he used to avoid using the men's locker rooms when he used to play football in case he got turned on.

"I never really was attracted to anybody who I played with, so it's sort of silly to even say that, but I wanted to avoid any chance of being outed so I would not shower with the rest of the team," he said on the "Call Her Daddy" podcast.

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Underwood said he would hook up with men who he thought were "straight in their real life, too," adding, "They were all pretty closeted themselves."

"I don't think there was any man that was going to be coming out to get me because they would be outing themselves as well," he told host Alexandria Cooper. "It wasn't like a ton of men. It was like a few, and they never had my real name… That's sort of how scared and secretive it all was."  

Colton came out as gay earlier this year.