Another woman also chatted to the publication said that she wasn't surprised to hear of Locky's behaviour.
“This does not surprise me at all. You could tell he was quite the ladies' man when I spent time with him,” she said.
Fans went into meltdown when the former Survivor star was spotted in the background of MAFS bride Aleks Markovic's Instagram Live interview but Aleks was quick to dismiss any romance rumours.
"I was with Locky on Saturday night. He's a friend of a friend, super nice guy," she told Daily Mail Australia.
Locky's ex-girlfriends include former Love Island Australia star Jordan Cayless and his Survivor co-star, Brooke Jowett.
Brooke was "blindsided" by the announcement that Locky would be the 2020 Bachelor and released a statement following the news.
"I'm hurt and a little blindsided (excuse the pun) but I wish the best for Locky, I always will. (Secretly I hope he stacks it and splits his pants on day one) Haha," she wrote.
"I guess we had different things planned in our heads for what was to come over the next few months but you can't be mad at someone for doing what they feel is best for them, even if it does sting a little… I hope he finds what he's looking for."
Due to the coronavirus restrictions, filming for The Bachelor was put on hold but with social distancing regulations loosening in New South Wales, filming is expected to resume shortly.
According to Channel Ten's head of entertainment Stephen Tate, Locky would continue to have “virtual dates” with the women in lockdown.
"We are on hiatus. I don't know what's going to happen... and I don't think they [the producers] do either," host Osher Gunsberg told journalists Michelle Andrews and Zara McDonald on their Shameless podcast in April.
"People who are far more clever than I are trying to figure out what we're going to do."