'Bachelor' Contestant Elise Mosca Refused to Pose Nude: 'I Stand by My Strong Beliefs and Morals'

Former "Bachelor" contestant Elise Mosca is speaking out about her short time on the series and why she chose not to pose nude for a piece of art while on the show. Mosca has no regrets about being sent home and said that her morals made it easy to decide not to pose nude.

The 27-year-old first-grade teacher from Pennsylvania was selected for the show and taken to Korea for a date with "Bachelor" Juan Pablo Galavis. During the competition, she was selected for a special date in which the girls posed for a photo shoot. When given the opportunity, Mosca decided not to pose naked, possibly costing her the opportunity to get closer to Juan Pablo and continue on the journey.

"I definitely stand by my strong beliefs and morals," Mosca told "People." "I am who I am. If I'm going to be with somebody, I wouldn't change who I am. But I didn't get to have as much time with him because of it. That stinks, but I don't regret it."

Mosca also said that she would have seen if there was a connection between her and Pablo, but "everything happens when and how it is supposed to, so I am happy with the outcome. I feel like good comes out of every experience."

Pablo is trying not only to find a suitable fiancé and possibly a wife, but whomever he chooses will also have to get along with his daughter. Pablo is one of the few "Bachelor" contestants to have a daughter come on the series; "Bachelorette" Emily Maynard brought her daughter on the show but did not introduce her to anyone until the final two were selected.

Pablo said that he wants to set a good example for his daughter, but Mosca questions whether he is by participating on the show to begin with.

"It is a tough situation because you have a ton of girls," Mosca said. "Juan Pablo was saying he didn't want to add to his list of kissed girls because of his daughter. He had already kissed six, and he was trying to keep his numbers low."