Bachelor 3 bachelorette once charged for firing a gun near a school.

Bachelor 3 bachelorette once charged for firing a gun near a school.
One of the bachelorettes selected to be in the group of 15 on The Bachelor 3 has a misdemeanor firearms charge to her name. Christina Sztanko shot her new .25-caliber automatic into the ground near an elementary school, prompting a security guard to call police. A “judge ordered her to perform 50 hours of community service at the school, complete a firearm safety course, forfeit the weapon, and write a letter of apology,” The Smoking Gun reports.

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