Liberty High grad continues to do well on ‘The Bachelor’
January 17, 2012
By Tom Corrigan
According to several fan websites, as well as the official ABC site for “The Bachelor,” local contestant Lindzi Cox, 27, continues to do well on the reality TV show.
A 2003 graduate of Liberty High School, Cox was one of 25 bachelorettes attempting to win the heart of businessman Ben Flajnik.
While several women have been eliminated in the first few episodes of the show, Cox has not only hung in there but, in the first episode won a “first impression rose” when she arrived on horseback for her initial meeting with Flajnik.
Cox is a longtime equestrian. During her days at Liberty, Cox spelled her first name more conventionally, using “Lindsey,” according to Issaquah School District records.
For those interested, there are several sites purporting to know the outcome of the latest “The Bachelor” competition. Most are relying on a site, www.realitysteve.com. The site recently reported some of its spoiler posts are the subject of a lawsuit, presumably filed by ABC or the makers of “The Bachelor.”