"The Bachelorette" star Andi Dorfman's ex Josh Murray appears to have moved on in life.

The former professional athlete recently uploaded on Instagram a picture of his new ladylove – Anna Von Staehle – and it appears that Staehle and Dorfman have certain similarities.

Interestingly, both Staehle and Dorfman are known to have a liking for athletes. Prior to getting engaged to Murray, Dorfman was seeing professional football player John Busing, and Staehle too is known to have dated more than one athlete back in college.

According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Murray's new girlfriend currently lives in Napa, California, but when she was in the University Of Oregon in 2014, she is said to have had quite the reputation for dating athletes.

Citing details from "The Dirty" -- a website where users can post pictures of people and share "their dirt" – Celeb Dirty Laundry noted that Staehle was called a "homewrecker" as well as "gold-digger".

Staehle's page on "The Dirty" reads: "Anna Von Stahle is a sophomore at the University of Oregon & is on to her 3rd athlete boyfriend [SUPERSTARR EMORY #33 on UO's Basketball team] in the last 4 months. Who does this girl think she is? She's a homewrecker and couldn't be more of a gold digger. She lies and cheats on every boyfriend she has but they don't seem to give a sh*t cuz she puts out. Let's see how long this jersey chaser will stay with her new superstar."

The identity of the person who posted these details about Staehle's previous lifestyle is yet unknown, but the media outlet speculates that it could be a disgruntled ex-girlfriend of one of Staehle's boyfriends.

It remains to be seen how Murray's relationship with Staehle will progress. Hopefully, Staehle has changed a lot since her college days, and the reality show star won't get his heart broken yet again.

Murray and Dorfman, who got engaged on ABC's dating reality show "The Bachelorette", ended their relationship early this year. Although infidelity rumours plagued the couple, Dorfman said in a statement that the split was amicable.