Behind the scenes at ‘Bachelor’ resort: Condoms in trees, ‘sex in the air’

The owner of the luxury Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Pennsylvania — where this season of ABC’s “The Bachelor” filmed — says “sex and love is in the air” at the property.

The resort’s CEO, Maggie Hardy Knox, told Page Six of the show shooting at the location: “Sometimes there’s some hanky-panky going on where it should not have been, but I can’t tell you everything that was going on. We are on 3,000 acres. So there’s a lot of land, and a lot of woods out there. There were things going on inside and outside of the hotel all the time.”

Things apparently got so frisky, “We actually found a used condom in the tree branch.”

Hardy Knox, who inherited the property in 1986 that holds an estimated $45 million worth of artworks, said of hosting the show: “People are bored… we’re in quarantine, we are here to serve in any way that we can. We are here to make sure all of our guests are happy all the time.”

She said said she can’t give away any plot details for the season, which debuted Jan. 4, except to hint that there will a lot of drama and, “hair will be pulled and weaves will fly.” We are not sure if that means literally.

“The Bachelor” airs Mondays on ABC, starring Matt James, the first black bachelor as the lead, after 25 seasons.

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