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Chantal O'Brien Moving Past 'Bachelor' Brad With New Boyfriend Jeff Razore!

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Mar. 15 2011, Published 10:40 a.m. ET

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Chantal O'Brien isn't going to let rejection from Brad Womack keep her down. The runner-up on last night's season finale of The Bachelor has already moved past Brad and onto a new man, fellow Washington native, Jeff Razore.

According to the New York Daily News, Jeff is a marketing consultant at the money management firm Evergreen Capital who works in Relationship Management. He has his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington and is the founder of his own youth basketball team.

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And it looks like both Chantal and Jeff come from successful Washington families.

Jeff is reportedly the son of the Rabanco Ltd. owners, one of the largest waste disposal and collection companies in the U.S. before it was sold to Allied Waste in 1998, NYDN reports.

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Chantal is the daughter of Mike O'Brien, the owner of the O'Brien Auto Group Chain, where the 28-year-old serves as an executive assistant.

According to Reality Steve, via NYDN, Chantal turned down an offer to be the next Bachelorette and Brad's third runner-up Ashley Hebert is now the the new lady who will find to find love among 25 guys.

So how did Ashley meet her new man?

“When I went home I was obviously very hurt and trying to figure out what I’m gonna do and it’s funny that I met somebody and it was totally unexpected,” she explained on last night's After the Final Rose special. “I don’t want to get all crazy here, but he is definitely everything that I’m looking for.”

Catch a pic of Chantal's new man, HERE!

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