The woman behind the Jake The Bachelor cheating scandal that RadarOnline.com exclusively broke has finally spoken and has leveled shocking allegations that Jake had religious reasons for going on the dating show.
“He told me he had been praying and God is telling him to go on The Bachelor,” Tanya Douglas, 25, said in her interview with radio star Steve Kramer of That Guy Kramer on Island 106 in Panama City, Florida clip on Wednesday.
“I believe that God wants me to go on the Bachelor to lead these women into Christianity,” Tanya said Jake told her.
Tanya said that she and Jake dated from May to October in 2009 and that he told her family she was the one for him. “He called my mom and he told her he loved me and he’s going on the show because God was telling him to do that.”
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She said that Jake was trying to convince her that they were going to be together after the show and that he said to her “I know I can’t ask you to wait, I love you, you’re the love of my life and at the end of all this I still see my self getting down on one knee and proposing to you and us having a life together.”
The scorned woman told radio star Steve that she didn’t believe that Jake was really a good Christian. “Bedding three girls in one night is being a good Christian? Since when is that in the rule book,” she quipped.
Jake is currently trying to win the next reality show he’s on, Dancing with the Stars, and is spending a lot of time playing kissy face with his fiancé Vienna in Los Angeles. The second part of Tanya’s interview will air Thursday and she claims that Jake told her Dad “I was the love of his life and God has led us together.”