Austin, Texas, appellate lawyer Roxanne Wilson can finally tell inquiring friends and fans the day-to-day details of what she was up to during her mysterious two-month absence last fall from Winstead Sechrest & Minick, where she works as a third-year associate.

Wilson, 27, was one of 18 candidates competing for a chance to work for real estate developer Donald Trump on NBC’s current season of “The Apprentice.” She made it to week 13 of the television reality program, before getting the boot from The Donald on the May 22 episode. The season ended Monday, with a live 90-minute final episode in which Wilson participated. Wilson says she had no idea which of the remaining contestants — Sean or Lee — would be chosen.

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