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The Bachelor SA: Jess R furiously exits after not receiving a rose

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The Bachelor SA’s Thursday episode saw Jess R leaving the show, after the previous episode’s cliffhanger, which saw her in disbelief at not receiving a rose.

The Bachelor SA’s latest episode, which aired on M-Net on Thursday, 21 May 2020, saw Jess R finally accepting her fate and furiously leaving the show. During her conversation with Marc, he explained that he found her manipulative and didn’t think that they were compatible. Furious by his remarks, Jess explained that what he had done was wrong, and was outraged at his opinion of her.

Upon her exit from The Bachelor SA, Jess R declined to be interviewed, instead, offering a statement to the media. She stated, “I applied for this show because I am ready to meet my life partner and decided to try something a little different. I am looking for a man that wants to grow with me and be committed to a long-term, healthy relationship. A partner in crime. A shoulder to lean on. I know I am a strong person, I have been through a lot (we all have!) and I just need to know that I will have someone who can support me when I need it the most. Marc has proven to me that he was not my man, and that’s okay. I need a man who will not run from conflict, but will instead be open and express and discuss his concerns in a positive way, rather than turn a blind eye and ignore.”

Jess R went on to explain that she believes that she does need ned a man to make her feel complete or happy, as she is able to achieve that on her own. She concluded with, “I am very happy to be a strong, independent woman who doesn’t need a man beside her to define her worth.”

Watch the preview of The Bachelor SA and see Jess R’s full statement below.

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To start off, I just want to thank each and every one of you for the kind comments and messages I have received- yes there have been some negative ones, but haters gonna hate (and get automatically blocked 😉 ) The amount of support has truly been overwhelming, and I am grateful for all of it. . I applied for this show because I am ready to meet my life partner and decided to try something a little different. I am looking for a man that wants to grow with me and be committed to a long term healthy relationship. A partner in crime. A shoulder to lean on. I know I am a strong person, I have been through a lot (we all have!) and I just need to know that I will have someone who can support me when I need it the most. . Marc has proven to me that he was not my man, and that’s ok. I need a man who will not run from conflict, but will instead be open and express and discuss his concerns in a positive way, rather than turn a blind eye and ignore. As I'm sure some can relate to, I struggle to show my vulnerable side, and don't like to admit when I feel weak. But when I am brave enough to let someone see my weaknesses, I need a man who is compassionate and who will be there for me emotionally. . I do believe that you meet people for a reason. And I learnt my lesson through this experience. I am always stronger than I think. Always. . I don’t need a man to make me happy or to complete me. I will not settle for anyone who doesn’t deserve or value me (and you shouldn’t either!). I love my life, family/ friends and career and one day I know my person will come along and everything will make sense; all the heartache and pain over the years will be worth it. Until then I am very happy to be a strong, independent woman who doesn’t need a man beside her to define her worth. . Stay Safe ❤️ All the best Jess

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