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10 Things You May Not Know About Brad Womack!

Brad Womack is getting close to making a decision on who could be his wife and the mother of his children. The Bachelor is currently on his second round of the show. And after much time, therapy and thought he says he is ready to settle down and fall in love. But has he changed? Who is really is Brad Womack? Here are 10 facts, thing you may not have known about Brad Womack:

He was born Stephen Bradley Womack but goes by the name Brad.

Brad also went by the name Brad Pickelsimer, which was his step-fathers’ last name.

He has one tattoo on his upper back. It’s of a cross and the word ‘Prosapia’ which means family.

Brad Womack is a twin, who is married and has a daughter. He also has a younger brother who has two kids. He’s the one brother without a wife or family.

He went to Texas State University, but only for one year. He then hit the oil fields to make money. He did that for eight years.

At the age of 28, he opened a bar with his brothers.

He was originally born in Atlanta, Georgia but his family moved to Livingstone, Texas when he was 12.

He has traveled and worked in the oil fields in  North Dakota, Oklahoma, Louisiana, California, and Texas.

Him and his brothers own a slew of downtown Austin bars including the “Chuggin’ Monkey,” “The Marq, “Uncle Flirty’s” and the “Dizzy Rooster.”  The “Chuggin’ Monkey” and “Dizzy Rooster” were featured on “The Real World: Austin” in season 16.

He has a police record. He’s been busted three times. Once for using a forged driver’s license. Once for passing a bad check. And once for public intoxication.

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