Bachelor reject Sadie reportedly moving to New York to be with Prince Lorenzo

Citing “a source close to” Bachelor 9 star Prince Lorenzo Borghese, Us Weekly reports that Lorenzo and the woman he chose on the show, Jennifer, are no longer together. Instead, he’s with the woman he rejected, Sadie Murray.

The source says “Lorenzo and Jennifer are now on the rocks, and he’s gone back to Sadie. They’re spending time together. Sadie is moving to New York City, where Lorenzo lives, to pursue her career.” Us notes that “ABC and Warner Horizon Television had no comment” about the possible break-up, as if they care.

As late as January 6, Sadie told the San Diego Union-Tribune, “I remain friends with Jen; she’s a doll and we get along well. We have a bond unlike any two other friends on this earth. … It was great talking to Lorenzo, too. We ran into each other at a club and exchanged numbers. I think we’ll remain friends.”

Earlier, tabloids reported that Jennifer was seeing another man in her hometown, and had not moved to New York.

The Bachelor Trades In Winner For Runner-Up [Us Weekly]
Reality star: Sadie, Sadie, happily unmarried lady [San Diego Union-Tribune]

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