Yes we do know. The staffer and Roz were let go.Originally Posted by Lucky22;3794247;
I posted some of this in the spoilers section, but see no reason not to post here, too.
After watching season after season of Bachelor shows, it is becoming clear that not everyone cast is "there for the right reasons". And, honestly, I don't find that to be much of a big deal.
During Jillian's season we have at least two contestants, Wes and Ed clearly not into the show premise when the season began. Although I believe Wes clearly liked Jillian, in a friendship way, he pretty much left as he came, but meanwhile gave plenty of footage for production to use. Ed, on the other hand, evolved, embracing the process and found love.
I guess what it comes down to, for me anyway, is the show is all about the girls being open to love, letting go ("the process") and competing for the affections of the program's focus, and this season that would be Jake. A girl carrying on, flirting or whatever with a staffer would be crossing the line.
It would be one thing to express feelings about Joe Blow back home, but another for a girl to play up to Joe Blow on the set and to have those interactions requited. I rather doubt it matters who of the two initiated the "inappropriate relationship", because it only takes one to not reciprocate.
It can be argued, that like Jillian's Ed, Rozlyn might have had a change of heart, and so she should have remained. However, they asked her to leave ... and so there had to be a reason.
Was there sex between the two on the set? I don't believe that for a minute, but whatever it was, it defined physical and requited. Moreover, the two formed a strong enough bond for they saw each other after the show, although, at this time, the two are not dating.
There was one comment Rozlyn made that connected the dots for me --- when she mentioned other girls with unresolved relationships back home. Why would she have said that if not to attempt to assert that what she was discussing with Chris was no different than what going on with others?
Like you, I don't have a dog in the fight, but expressed what pretty much sums up my thoughts on the matter.