Though the reality star admitted to making mistakes, he claims that certain moments "were taken out of context"

By Aili Nahas and Natalie Stone
Updated August 03, 2016 11:00 PM
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Chad Johnson has some regrets from his short stint on season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise.

During the drama-filled Tuesday night premiere, the 28-year-old was sent home after just one episode for his drunken and offensive behavior on the Bachelor spin-off.

Asked what he regrets having said on the ABC reality show, Johnson revealed exclusively to PEOPLE, “The main thing – yeah, I said I was going to cut people’s arms and legs off, but a smart person knows I’m not going to kill someone on camera. I have a job. I have things to do. I’m joking.”

The former luxury real estate agent also admitted to acting arrogantly at times. “But then you get to the parts where I’m like, None of these guys deserve this chick. I’m better than all of them,” Johnson said. “And I’m like, yeah, okay that makes me off like super arrogant. I get that.”

Though the reality star admitted to acting out of line at moments while filming, he believes some footage was “taken out of context.”

“Some of those things were taken out of context and moved around from when I actually said them to when it was placed in the show,” Johnson told PEOPLE.

Bachelor in Paradise airs Mondays and Tuesdays (8 p.m. ET) on ABC.