Andi Dorfman to D.A.: Please Hire Me Back After The Bachelorette Nonsense!

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Andi Dorfman is not quitting her legal career to go Hollywood, The Bachelorette star insists in a letter to her former boss asking for her job back ... later.

Poor Andi

The Fulton County D.A. made news this week by confirming that the 27-year-old resigned once her leave of absence as an Assistant District Attorney expired.

She originally took leave to shoot The Bachelor and Bachelorette, but after her resignation was announced, it was assumed she was giving up law.

Or at least her position with the D.A.'s office. Not the case, if she can help it.

Her resignation letter states that TV and media obligations stemming from the show are just too numerous, but should will wrap by the end of the year. 

At which point, Andi Dorfman hopes he will "strongly consider me for re-hire."

"My true passion is in the prosecution of criminal cases," she adds.

Andi says that while the commitments of her journey for love on The Bachelorette have extended beyond the leave period she was granted, her career is in law.

She resigned reluctantly, feeling it would be unfair on her colleagues to ask for more leave. Once she's truly free of Bachelorette duties, though, she wants back in.

Think she'll get the chance, or will her boss - who reportedly likes her a lot - tire of this?

No word if the D.A. reads The Bachelorette spoilers or whether the ending of her fairy tale TV love story will influence his decision on Andi's employment.

If this season ends in a way that's anything like what we saw on The Bachelor, though, it won't reflect poorly on her (at least as reality TV appearances go).

Girl DESTROYED Juan Pablo in this "closing argument." Just sayin'.

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Andi Dorfman is an Assistant District Attorney from Fulton County, Georgia. She graduated from LSU undergrad and Wake Forest law school.... More »
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