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Late 'Bachelor' Star's Family Says She Never Suffered From Seizures Before Death

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:38 a.m. ET

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Former Bachelor contestant Cristy Caserta passed away tragically at the age of 38.

According to police, Caserta suffered an apparent seizure, but a family insider exclusively told RadarOnline.com that she had never suffered from seizures before.

"We are doing alright," the family source admitted. "Someone in our family had a bleed — an aneurism — when they were 20 and had brain surgery. That's hereditary; but Cristy never had a problem."

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"She never had a seizure," the insider added. "Right now, we don't know anything yet, other than it was sudden."

Caserta appeared on Brad Womack's season of The Bachelor, but was sent home the first week.

Although she didn't meet her match on the show, Radar has exclusively learned the blonde reality star did find love after all.

"She was able to find love," the family insider added.

As Radar previously reported, Caserta was in a training class at a school in Sunrise, Florida on Wednesday morning when she fell over at her desk. Students immediately dialed 911. But by the time paramedics arrived she was found dead on the scene.

“She suffered an apparent seizure,” Officer Fernandez of the Sunrise Police Department told Radar. “Medical units were still trying to revive her on the way to the hospital at Westside Regional.”

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