"Bachelorette" Andi Dorfman has reportedly quit her job as an assistant DA in the Fulton County District in Atlanta. Access Atlanta blogger Rodney Ho published an exclusive report on June 16, 2014, stating that Dorfman has "decided to resign" instead of returning to her job after a three-month hiatus.
Back in February, TMZ go their hands on a letter Fulton County DA Paul Howard sent Dorfman, granting her a three month leave to film the show with an opportunity to return to her job by May 31.
Last week, the Daily Report published a story about Dorfman, stating that she was thinking about asking for another three month leave. However, on Monday, Ho stated in his article that the DA's chief of staff, Marla Robinson confirmed that "The Bachelorette" decided to resign from her position permanently.
So much for being empowered by fighting crime. Or whatever it is that Dorfman did while she was an assistant DA for the past two years. It seems that "The Bachelorette" has decided to flush her expensive Wake Forest Law School education down the drain in lieu of something more glamorous.
Perhaps she has her sights set on "Dancing with the Stars" -- although she can't dance, so that probably isn't a good career move. She could pimp out products like "Bachelor" Sean Lowe did with Hydroxycut or pursue a career in the media, because that works out [insert sarcastic tone here] for maybe one in every 5,000 reality stars.
One thing is clear: Andi Dorfman will give a final rose to her final pick at the final rose ceremony that airs on July 28. According to blogger Reality Steve, she ends up engaged (spoiler here), but there's still some doubt about that. Including speculation that Carbone was set up and his final spoiler is wrong (more about that here).
Tune in for a new episode of "The Bachelorette" on Monday, June 16 at 8 p.m. to see how things are progressing in Andi's journey to find love and, apparently, a new career.