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“Bachelor” Reject Tierra LiCausi’s Ex Overdosed After She Abandoned Him Claims Report

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Tierra LiCausi certainly was one of the least popular “Bachelor” contestants, due to her overly dramatic behavior and attempts to grab as much attention as possible from Sean Lowe. But now a new report has claimed that when her ex-boyfriend needed her, Tierra was just not there for him, and he killed himself.

The National Enquirer is reporting that Tierra Licausi’s ex-boyfriend died of a drugs overdose after she abandoned him.

David “Casey” Reese dated Tierra before she appeared on ABC’s “The Bachelor” and his best friend James Fry told the Enquirer she dumped him at the lowest point in his life which drove him into a downward spiral which ended in his suicide from a drugs overdose.

“She’s evil!” James told the National Enquirer. “She left [Casey] when he needed her most. That destroyed him. She broke his heart and he ended up dead from an overdose.”

You will recall that Tierra brought up the topic of her drug addict ex to Sean Lowe in a recent episode of “The Bachelor”. However, Tierra tells the tale of what happened very differently.

“I was with a guy for five years and he was in and out of rehabs,” she told Sean. “Being the kind of person I am, I stuck by his side, no matter what.”

According to the Enquirer, Casey’s father died in 2007 and that is when Tierra dumped him, at a time when one might expect support from one’s girlfriend. This report comes at a time when former “Bachelorette” sweetheart Emily Maynard is busy defending Tierra as not being as bad as people seem to think.

What do you think to this different side of the story regarding Tierra LiCausi and her former boyfriend?

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