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Emily Maynard Out at Charlotte Night Club with New Man

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Emily Maynard was spotted out with a new man in Charlotte, North Carolina last Saturday night. It was the first time she had been seen being cozy with a man since her break up with Jef Holm. She was photographed from someone’s cell phone embracing a NASCAR truck racer by the name of Jason White.

Jason was reportedly dating a cheerleader from the Charlotte Bobcats, but an updated report corrected that by saying he was no longer in a relationship.

Emily is definitely moving on from Jef and ready to see what other fish in the sea are out there. If that’s the case, she’s not wasting much time. It hasn’t even been a month since the announcement was officially made that she and Jef split. Since the news broke, she’s been spending a lot of time with her young daughter, Ricki, and staying out of the limelight. Is this about to change?

As for Jef Holm, he’s been doing his own thing moving back to Utah and supposedly hanging out with college girls. He’s also still BFFs with fellow “Bachelorette” finalist, Arie Luyendyk, Jr..

Emily and Jef will be watched for some time as they move on with their lives in the public eye. Fans are still very interested in what they’re doing and what direction they’ll be going after their break up.

Is Emily Maynard in the early stages of developing a new relationship with Jason White or was their togetherness at the night club last weekend just a friendly interaction that will amount to nothing more?

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