Published: Mon, June 12, 2017
Life&Culture | By Kristin Armstrong

Bachelor in Paradise: Production suspended due to 'allegations of misconduct'

Bachelor in Paradise: Production suspended due to 'allegations of misconduct'

The cast was announced last week with familiar faces from Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor, including Corinne Olympios, Taylor Nolan and Lacey Mark, set to star in the season airing August 8. E!, which broke the story, reported that a source says the show is "totally done for this season and possibly forever".

News broke hours ago that production on Bachelor in Paradise had been shut down in Mexico over allegations of misconduct, and now, sources are revealing why. The studio adds that it is "conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations", and it will "take appropriate responsive action" once the investigation has concluded.

As for who was on set, several of the announced cast mates were spotted by fans at the airport in Puerta Vallarta, Mexico earlier today.

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Supposedly Corinne and DeMario headed to the pool where things got steamy.

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Jackson is said to have gotten close to Olympios after meeting at a bar and hooking up with her in the pool, but not having intercourse.

TMZ reports that the situation allegedly involved contestants DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios, who were both well-known personalities from their respective appearances in the "Bachelor" franchise. While sources claims that the two did not have sex, the encounter was called "very raunchy", by Amy's sources. A producer who witnessed the hook-up was apparently uncomfortable with what they saw, and is now suing the production for misconduct.

Wow. If you were anxiously awaiting the return of our favorite guilty pleasure reality show this summer, it sounds like we might not get to watch season 4 after all.

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