Jason: “Molly and I are happy”

Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney are still together four weeks after dumping Melissa for Molly during The Bachelor 13‘s reunion. An alleged upcoming Star magazine story that supposedly detailed why Jason wants Melissa back hasn’t yet materialized; instead, the magazine has the scandalous pictures of Melissa dancing when she was younger.

“Molly and I are happy,” Jason told People, although the magazine says they have just “spent a few days in the past month getting to know each other off-camera.”

While Jason visited Molly, she hasn’t yet been to Jason’s hometown, but said, “I’m headed out to Seattle in a couple of weeks. I’m excited to just spend some time with Ty outside of the cameras and production.”

Jason explained that they work well as a couple because, “We pull each other in the right direction.” Just as long as they don’t do that in front of Ty.

The Bachelor’s Jason Visits Molly in Her Hometown [People]

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