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Rozlyn Papa's Accusers Have Made Contradicting Claims! Were They Lying Then … Or Now?

Tue, February 23, 2010 3:47pm EDT by 2 Comments


The claws came out against Rozlyn Papa last night! But why have The Bachelor contestants Ella & Jessie changed their tune?

So we all tuned in to hear what the women of The Bachelor had to say about the Rozlyn Papa scandal last night on  The Bachleor: Women Tell All. Rozlyn was accused of two-timing Jake Pavelka with an ABC producer, and two of her competitor confronted her last night! But the stories that Jessie Sulidis and Ella Nolan told yesterday were really different from the accounts they had in the past.

As points out, “Two of the women who were the most damning eyewitnesses to Rozlyn Papa’s alleged affair with a Bachelor producer … lied about what they saw, either on television or during interviews with the media.”

Jessie told TV Guide Canada in January, “I didn’t see anything, but I heard that other people might have seen something, but we all got over it and past it pretty quickly. We never really talked about it in the house again after that night.”

But then, last night, Jessie said, “I actually didn’t say anything until right now, but actually one day—it was just before she got booted out in the rose ceremony for when it all went down …  I walked around and I peeked around, and there was Rozlyn and the producer. The producer was lying back on the stairs and she was on top of him and they were making out.”

Hmm.  Sounds like one of those stories is not true!  Then there’s, Ella.  She told People magazine recently, “Rozlyn’s a good person dealing with a lot right now … I saw her and the producer being very friendly but nothing out of the ordinary.”  Once again, that all changed last night!

On The Bachelor reunion, Ella said she saw Rozlyn, “on all fours on the couch and she bent down, like her lower body down and her butt was sticking up in the air.” Ella even claimed Rozlyn said, “If you all see the producer, tell him to come on in because I need to be put to bed.”

VERY tricky, ladies! Which version of the story do YOU think is the truth? —Corynne Steindler