Trishelle says she’s only slept with three Real World cast members

Real World Las Vegas cast member Trishelle Cannatella, who’s not exactly known for being chaste, says she has only slept with three fellow MTV reality show cast members.

Trishelle first jokes that she’s slept with “EVERY LAST ONE OF THEM!!!!” But in an interview with LAist, she says, “its [sic] not as many as people like to think. Honestly theres been Stephen (of course) and 2 others.”

Who’s Dated Who links Trishelle with Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, with whom she won the reality Fear Factor, and Real World Paris cast member Ace Amerson.

The site also links her to Road Rules cast members Blair Herter and Adam Larson, who of course aren’t technically Real World cast members, but basically inhabit the same universe. And, of course, those don’t count other reality show cast members, such as Survivor‘s Jon Dalton, although she denies having a relationship with him, even though Who’s Dated Who links them.

And those three don’t include her sleeping with celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio or Andy Dick, nor mere sad crushes.

LAist Interview with Trishelle of The Real World [LAist]
Who’s dated Trishelle Cannatella? [Who's Dated Who]

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