‘Bachelorette’ Guys Should ‘Run as Far As They Can’ from Emily Maynard, Says Former Contestant (EXCLUSIVE)

| May 8, 2012 - 9:15 am

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Although fans are rooting for The Bachelorette Emily Maynard to find love this season, a former contestant on the hit series claims she is only in it for money — and the 25 guys trying to woe her are wasting their time.

“I don’t think Emily can be won over. She had Brad Womack and threw that out the window, so I’m just not buying that she really wants to find a guy,” Jesse Csincsak, who won the fourth season of The Bachelorette, told Celebuzz.

Calling out the reality beauty, Jesse’s harsh words didn’t stop there!

Railing off about the new bachelorette, Jesse added that the men vying for Emily’s heart should “run as far as they can.”

“Emily just went on TV six months ago and said, ‘I hate the limelight. I hate the cameras.’ Then, ABC hands her a check for $250,000 to star in the new season, so she has changed her tune,” he said.

“She isn’t looking for love. Emily is going to come there and say what she’s paid to say.”

As a refresher: Emily, 26, was a contestant on season 15 of The Bachelor, with the return of Brad Womack. Emily won the heart of Brad, who proposed to her in the finale. Unfortunately, the relationship didn’t last long; they called off their engagement in June 2011, about four months after the finale aired.

Now she’s getting a second chance at love; ABC released the first official photos of the men who will be competing for Emily’s heart on this season of The Bachelorette.

Jesse, whose relationship with DeAnna Pappas fizzled shortly after their season, feels bad for the men who truly want to find love.

“These guys think they’re actually there to fall in love with a girl, but this is a business. They’re on the show to be casualties of the journey of love. Who doesn’t love to see dudes get shot down? It’s fun to watch a train wreck,” he said.

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