They "took a chance" on a relationship in May 2005 and broke up in September 2007. Jason infamously ended his engagement with Melissa on the "After the Final Rose" special, asking Molly out for coffee just a few minutes later. But the Mesnicks got married in February 2010 and they are still going strong seven years later.By November 2008 they were back together, but split up again in April 2010. STILL TOGETHER after getting engaged in November 2012 during filming, and got MARRIED on January 26, 2014 in ABC's first LIVE televised finale!Trust me, if Courtney had written anything in this book that producers absolutely did not want in there, it wouldn’t be in there.What she does is give a first person account of her experience on the show: from applying, to showing up the first night, to every episode in every city, all the way to her intimate thoughts the day she got engaged.The woman says she followed the man -- identified as Leavy Johnson -- who then allegedly violently attacked her, causing severe physical and psychological injury.
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She's now married to TV and radio host Kevin Manno, and the couple welcomed their first child, daughter Molly Sullivan, in July 2016.
STILL TOGETHER after getting engaged on the finale, which aired August 1, 2011.
You see, it’s not like Courtney tells us every insider, behind-the-scenes, don’t-ever-talk-about-this secret about this show.
From what I do know, their books were more about their life, with a little bit of their time on the “Bachelor/ette” sprinkled in. Courtney Robertson’s “I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain is. And that’s what makes it appealing to any die hards who watch this show. The seemingly cold hearted girl who essentially had a beef with every other girl in the house on Ben’s season, and the one who the show broke protocol for by being the first person who finished 1st or 2nd to ever appear at the “Tell All” taping. I think the #1 question most people will ask is “Why was she allowed to write a book about the show when no one else in the franchise ever has? Honestly, I have no idea but I can venture to guess after reading this 262 page paperback page turner.