Sadie says she’s “a single girl” because “Lorenzo just wouldn’t commit to her”

Sadie Murray, the runner-up on The Bachelor 9, has apparently lost her (unexpected) consolation prize. Although she moved to New York and was dating Lorenzo, she’s now single.

Sadie tells Page Six, “I’m a single girl in New York City. There’s nothing better, right? … I’m being sarcastic.”

An “insider” tells Page Six that “Lorenzo just wouldn’t commit to her. He liked her a lot but wouldn’t make her his one and only. Seems like he had a completely different impression of her before she moved here. He thought she was very sweet, innocent and intelligent. Turns out she is a big party girl and doesn’t take her job seriously at all.”

Speaking of her job, she’s now looking for a new one, as she left her job at a public relations agency last week.

Bachelorette Loses Again [Page Six]

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