Jun doesn’t expect to get her job back, says she’s “an attention junkie.”

Jun doesn’t expect to get her job back, says she’s “an attention junkie.”
Big Brother 4 winner Jun Song “said she doesn’t expect her bosses at CitiGroup to take her back after some fellow houseguests described her in pretty harsh terms on the series’ finale,” the New York Daily News reports. Certainly calling a fellow contestant’s young daughter “a bitch”, among her other comments, would have nothing to do with her employer’s opinion of her. Jun also tells Zap2it.com that she’s “an attention junkie” and says that while she’s “sure people will still think I’m just an evil, evil person … they don’t know that I have a big mushy soft side to me.”

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John Rocker

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Dick Donato

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