On The Bachelorette Monday night, Katie Thurston was already laying down the law with the men and nipping drama in the bud, and it was only the second episode of the season. After finding out from Aaron that Cody, whom he knew from back home, was only there for the fame, Katie immediately sent Cody packing. "I had to send Cody home last night because I learned that his intentions weren't to be here for me," Katie told the men. "I do appreciate the honesty I have been given so far, and if there's anything else I need to know, please know that I am a safe space and deserve to know what's going on in the house. This is my actual life that we are experiencing. This is your actual life." However, just when Katie and Bachelor Nation thought she was safe, another bombshell dropped, when Karl told Katie that there were multiple men in the house with ulterior motives, not just Cody. The only problem with Karl's accusation was that he refused to name names or give any examples to back himself up because, unbeknownst to Katie (though she was suspicious), Karl was totally stirring the pot as he emerged as this season's first villain. "I made my intentions very clear about why I am here," said Katie before all the men during the cocktail party. She continued, "And tonight, a bomb was dropped on me about multiple people still here for the wrong f***ing eason. And I don't know how clear I can be about my intentions and my time, but if you are not here for me, if you are not here for an engagement, then get the f*** out. I don't know who is here for the wrong reasons, but from what I've been told, there are multiple people I should be looking out for. For some of you, this might be a platform, but I'm not here to waste my time."