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Bachelorette Contestant Julien Hug Found Dead In Riverside County

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Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 12:26 PM
click to enlarge Julien Hug's body was found in Riverside County.
  • Julien Hug's body was found in Riverside County.

Onetime Bachelorette contestant Julen Hug was found dead in Riverside County, 10News in San Diego is reporting.

The body of the 35-year-old San Diego man was found in a remote, desert area of Riverside County on Wednesday, according to the station.

He vied for Jillian Harris's hand on the fifth season of the show.

His dad, Bertrand Hug, told the station that his son was headed to the family's restaurant, Augusta Modern, in Palm Desert when his phone went dead and he went missing for two days.

The man's body was discovered 45 miles off Highway 74 in an off-roading area called Pinyon Pines, Riverside County Sheriff's Department officials told 10News.

Foul play? Nobody knows yet.

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