Monday, October 23, 2006

‘Survivor’ Castoff Won’t Cop To Being Bossy

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Although Survivor castoff Cristina Coria was kicked this past Thursday (Oct. 19), the police officer won’t cop to being bossy.

Coria, who works for the Santa Monica Police Department, says she’s sad her tribe members perceived her that way but figures it’s an unfair assessment.

She says that a police officer has to make fast decisions and sometimes the shortest way of making a point is to be direct.

Plus, she doesn’t understand why her fellow tribe members took her initiative at getting food, water or building a shelter since it’s a police officer’s duty to help those in need.

Coria admits receiving some tips from Survivor 2 castaway Joel Klug, who is also her former boyfriend – and that she didn’t always follow his advice.

As she puts it, “He told me to lay low but when you get on the island and have to find food or build a fire, you forget that.”

Now Coria is back on duty and while she does get recognized, that hasn’t happened during an arrest.

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