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Madison Prewett tells Peter Weber he can’t sleep with other Bachelor finalists in ‘sex ultimatum’

THE Bachelor finalist Madison Prewett will drop the ultimate Bacherlor no-no in next week's episodes, demanding the 28-year-old not have sex with any of the other woman.

In the new teaser Madison, who has yet to tell Peter she is saving herself for marriage, is branded "disgusting" by Victoria Fuller for giving the bachelor the ultimatum during the Fantasy Suites week.

"It is kind of a black and white situation, these are expectations I have for myself and our relationship," she tells Victoria and Hannah Ann Sluss.

The teaser then jumps to a one on one dinner date with Peter, in which she says: "I would not be able to move forward if you have slept with the other women".

Peter appeared on last year's season The Bachelorette, and fans discovered that he believes sex is an important part of exploring a romance, so it's not clear how her request will go down.

In a previous teaser we saw Peter tell her that "six days prior" he had been intimate with someone else, although it is not yet clear if he means prior to the show starting or prior to their date.

Many fans believe that the show may spring a surprise finale, with many suggesting on social media that Madison will self-eliminate right before Peter pops the question, due to his revelation.

The trailers had also revealed the moment Peter gets bad news from host Chris Harrison ahead of the final rose ceremony, which sees him break down in Chris' arms - which many think is the moment he hears Madison has taken herself out of the running.

Other hints that Madison is his final choice also come from a clip of Peter's mom begging him not to "let her go" and to "bring her home to us".

Madison had connected with Peter's family and especially his mom, during the hometown dates.

The Bachelor airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET

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