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Jubilee Sharpe, who appeared as a contestant on Ben Higgins’ second season of “The Bachelor,” was arrested on Sunday.
According to TMZ, she was arrested for a DUI in West Palm Beach, Fla., however, it was released on her own recognizance.
The 29-year-old competed on Season 20 of “The Bachelor,” and was eliminated in Week 5. She was brought back as a cast member for the 3rd season of the “Bachelor in Paradise,” and was eliminated in Week 1.
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Sharpe’s story is tragic, as she revealed that her family in Haiti died in the first place. “I told them the story of my family, but I had the biggest part,” she told People magazine after having been eliminated.
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“All three of my brothers, and my parents have passed away, but I don’t know all the details. I was at a 6, but I don’t think I would find my parents. My 4-year-old sister, and I went to live with my grandma, she was affected by leprosy, and who was, and is to be sick in order for us to make this possible. So, she put me and my sister were in an orphanage,” Sharpe explained.
“My dad went to Haiti to do relief work, and he came to the orphanage, and [wanted to make]. He tried to take it from my sister, but after that, they went through the medical process, they found out that she had a life-threatening disease, and is not in a position to be accepted.”
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That said, she was trying to find her sister, but was not successful.
“The person who has approved, telling me that she is probably dead,” she said. “That’s where my guilt had come from.”
Her job on the show, it was listed as a Military veteran.