Rozlyn is yesterday's news, but here is one section from the RS/Rozlyn interview easily available and relevant:
Originally Posted by Peacheater;3845328;
(0:56:40) RS: Lets move on to the Women Tell All. I think the biggest question surrounding the Women Tell All and the one that I’ve been asked the most, and gotta ask you, why in the hell did you do it?If you continue to listen to the interview, there is no misunderstanding of what she meant --- she isn't confusing media interviews with entertainment employment.
(0:56:50) Rozlyn: Ah, heh. I often tell until a few days prior that I’d no intention of doing the Women Tell All, like I really thought they would have to drag me there kicking and screaming. Um, what ended up happening was, uh, you know, I gotta lawyer during all this cause I had considered a defamation suit and, you know. So I’m kinda, you know, dealing with that, but, um, apparently in the contract it says you cannot do anything in the entertainment industry for a year, and they have the option to pay you $10,000 to make it so you can’t do anything in the entertainment industry for an additional six months. Um, so basically that’s a year and a half where they were saying, like, you can’t have a livelihood. Because, I, that was my job before, you know, basically what they were saying is you can’t work for a year.
Look, it is my understanding that the TPTB does not prohibit entertainment related employment, but holds the contractual right of entitlement to any contestant's compensation in excess of certain compensatory enumerations set forth within the contract for specifically defined entertainment industry type work.
I believe Rozlyn when she said she hadn't ever watched the Bachelor show prior to auditioning. Unless she spent time on the boards, she would no idea that sample Bachelor show confidential contestant contracts readily available to fans on the internet and, if that not enough, SDL's brilliant analysis of said contract here at FORT.
Although I have no idea why Rozlyn agreed to participate on the Women Tell All, it wasn't to secure the right to be able to work in the industry. The woman lied.