Report: Topless pic of ‘Bachelorette’ Ali Fedotowsky could surface

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It’s been a bad couple weeks for “Bachelorette” Ali Fedotowsky.

An ex-boyfriend of Ali’s is shopping a topless pic of the most recent “Bachelorette,” RadarOnline.com reported Wednesday. The photo purportedly shows a topless Ali on her knees with her hands covering her breasts while beer is being poured on her chest from someone off-camera.
Reality tv stars Roberto Martinez and Ali Fedotowsky visit Live with Regis and Kelly on August 5, 2010 in New York City (photo by: DaisyCarrington/ Meet The Famous) Photo via Newscom

News of the pic comes just a week after Star Magazine obtained Ali’s old diary, in which she admitted to using Ecstasy and marijuana and wanting kinky sex.

And more from Ali’s past could surface.

“There’s more,” a source told RadarOnline.com. “She liked to party.”

If the photo comes to light, Ali may not have a shoulder to cry on, either. In Touch magazine says Roberto Martinez, who proposed in the season finale of “The Bachelorette,” is a “player” who always “gets into girls’ pants” — and that he “likes Ali” but would “never marry a girl like her.” Martinez family insiders claim Roberto “is not in this relationship for the long haul” and just “wants to make money and loves the attention.”

Someone from “The Bachelorette” having no intention of getting married? Shocking, given the level of success that franchise has had in producing marriages (2-for-19 — not counting Ali since her season just ended — if you include Jason Mesnick, who dumped his original pick to receive the final rose, Melissa Rycroft, and married the chick he dumped at the final rose ceremony, Molly Malaney, instead).

Ali has also been accused of just using the Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise to become famous; she even just signed with an agent. It’s not a surprise that the people who sign up for those shows are fame whores (I’m looking at you, Jake and Vienna!). Maybe we need to stop pretending that show is about finding everlasting love and, in the immortal words of MTV’s “The Real World,” start getting real — desperate people just want their 15 minutes of fame.

What do you think? Do you feel bad that Ali’s past is coming to light? Is that just part of the fame game? Do you think she and Roberto will last? Sound off below!

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