Shauvon Torres Leaves MTV’s Reality ShowApril 9th, 2009 - 9:20 pm ICT by GD
Shauvon Torres, the U.S. writer, has appeared as a cast member in the 19th season of the MTV’s reality show series The Real World: Sydney. Torres, who is the oldest member on the show, is a columnist for the newspaper of Sacramento State University. The blonde beauty penned the dating column ‘Sexcapades’ for the newspaper.
Shauvon has been raised by her bossy mother in California. Since her childhood her mother took the decisions of her life and laid out plans regarding her ambitions and career. Torres was left with no choice but to follow the instructions. The only semblance of protest from Torres was observed very recently, when she broke her engagement with a man who forced her to choose between their relationship and her career. Although she expressed her self-sufficient independence with this harsh decision but deep inside her heart the loss still stays.
Recently the writer has decided to leave the show half-way because of her personal obligations. It has been heard that Shouvan’s ex-fiancée wanted her to join him in United States and she has approved of his decision sincerely by leaving the reality show. The 19th season of MTV’s reality show series is being filmed in New Zealand this time. The show features how its cast members get rowdy while encountering the daily and weekly challenges. On the premiere episode of the show, broadcast on Wednesday night, a controversy started involving two of the hot celebrities participating in the show- Chris and Torres. Both the members were heard of getting physically involved during the filming of the show.
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