Former Bachelor Contestant Cristy Caserta Dead at 38

'The Bachelor' Contestant Cristy Caserta Dead from Apparent Seizure

A contestant who starred on season 15 of The Bachelor, Cristy Caserta, has died.

Eyewitnesses say she just fell forward onto her desk out of nowhere.

Weeks prior, she celebrated her birthday and called herself "a lucky girl!"

Caserta was attending work-related training around 8 a.m. Thursday morning when she had what appeared to be a seizure, Officer Luis Fernandez said. It appears she died as a result of the sudden seizure.

Despite efforts to save her life, Cristy was pronounced dead at Westside Regional Medical Center.

Authorities found no drugs on the reality show alum and foul play is not suspected, according to TMZ.

An autopsy will reportedly be conducted on Friday to officially determine the cause of Cristy's death. But she was sent home the first week. News, she began working as a corporate lawyer for a healthcare staffing agency in Sunrise.

Fans of The Bachelor will remember that season 15 was Womack's second attempt to find love and that he eventually chose Emily Maynard.

In a 2017 interview with The Ringer, she explained why she made a decision to take time off from the law firm where she worked to appear on the reality series.

She was always smiling in her photos and her account reveals she had some great friends and was very close with her family.

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