On Tuesday night’s Bachelor in Paradise, host Chris Harrison interrupted your scheduled programming of drunken spit and bed swapping for A Very Special Sit-Down with Corinne Olympios, one of the subjects of the sexual misconduct investigation that nearly shutdown the series earlier this summer.
In June, Bachelor in Paradise abruptly halted production amid allegations of misconduct relating to a pool encounter between cast members and fellow franchise “villains” Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson. On Tuesday night, after heavily and tastelessly teasing some kind of dramatic on-camera reckoning, the show…
In the first few minutes of the season premiere, Bachelor in Paradise will address the alleged sexual encounter that led to a production halt, and that includes footage of the contestants involved.
In a new statement released Thursday, first tweeted out by blogger Reality Steve, former Bachelor in Paradise contestant Corinne Olympios reveals that the independent investigation her team was conducting into what did or did not happen to her on the set of the reality show has come to a close.
Just a day after it was reported that Bachelor in Paradise producers are enforcing a two-drink-an-hour maximum on set after completing a sexual misconduct investigation, it’s now been reported that producers will also have to approve sex between contestants before it happens on the show.
Now that they’ve resumed filming after completing an internal investigation into on-set sexual misconduct, the producers of ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise have reportedly imposed a two drink per hour maximum for contestants.
After an investigation conducted by an outside law firm, Bachelor in Paradise has concluded that there was no evidence of misconduct.
Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson, the two Bachelor in Paradise contestants involved in a sexual encounter on set that prompted a producer to file a complaint over alleged misconduct, have each released their first comments about the matter that have not come merely from “sources” close to them.
Production of the fourth season of Bachelor in Paradise has stopped due to allegations of misconduct, and if what anonymous sources say is true, said misconduct involves a producer witnessing a raunchy hookup—one described as “soft-core porn”—between contestants DeMario Jackson (recently seen on Rachel’s season of The…