Andi Dorfman Reveals She Slept With Josh Murray After Their Split!
The Bachelorette 2014 star is now giving a sneak peek at what’s in store for her first book, It’s Not Okay, and it’s safe to say her former fiancé and Season 10 winner Josh Murray will have a lot of ink spilled about him (albeit in a code name).
For instance, did you know Andi and Josh hooked up after their split in January 2015? The 29-year-old writes that she had a “relapse” with the former pro baseball player right after she had booked a one-way ticket to NYC.
“If I didn't have an exit plan, I probably wouldn't have done it,” she tells Cosmopolitan in a new interview. “Because I might have gone back into a tailspin. But I felt the need to take control over my own life.”
In fact, it sounds like the former assistant D.A. is happy with her choice to have sex with an ex, explaining that after dealing with two months of the brutal breakup, it helped her to move on and deal with “unfinished business.”
“Let me tell you, I never looked back after that one relapse,” she states.
As for why exactly the two broke up, we’ll have to wait until May to read about it. However, when Andi talks about their relationship, you can probably glean a few things.
Speaking of Josh’s post-show transformation, the Atlanta gal says, “I don't think he hid who he was, but the situations we were in didn't bring out his more negative traits. Like, I didn't know he had a temper because every time he was with me, it was just the two of us in a palace or something.”
Later on, she discusses finding out what she doesn’t want in a man by doing Bachelorette, referring to the Famously Single star as “my type on steroids.”
“I definitely don't want someone who's controlling,” she states, clearly referring to her ex. “I don't want someone who feels like they can skirt around being supportive. To me, a partner is someone who has your back no matter what.”
Touché, lady! And something tells us a total catch like her won’t have to wait long to find that Mr. Right.
It’s Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak into Happily Never After is available in bookstores everywhere May 17.