Bachelor in Paradise Has Ceased Production Due to 'Misconduct' Allegations

Amanda and Corinne        
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Amanda and Corinne Credit ABC

In a statement provided to our sister site Deadline, a spokesman for Warner Bros. says "we have become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico". Warner brass immediately suspended production, launched an investigation and released DeMario and Corrine.

Following the announcement that production on season four of Bachelor in Paradise had been abruptly suspended amid "allegations of misconduct," new details are emerging regarding the circumstances that lead to the halt, and which contestants are at the center of the controversy. Reality show blogger Steve Carbone shared a photo on Twitter that a fan took of the show's cast at an airport, but it seems like none of them would say anything beyond the fact that they were being flown to Houston.

Submit your Newswire tips here. "That's when a "third party" felt uncomfortable, claiming misconduct in the workplace".

Reality Steve kept his followers in the loop on Sunday night by tweeting that "Bachelor in Paradise" has been canceled and unlikely to resume filming.

DeMario Jackson, who was recently booted from The Bachelorette, was added to the cast.

ABC has halted filming on the upcoming new season of Bachelor in Paradise.

Well, from what we can glean, it is over contestants DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios. "But it was very raunchy", she continues. Sex is a huge part of "The Bachelor" franchise, so it's unusual that a producer would take legal action over Corinne and DeMario's hook-up. Later it was revealed that said producer had filed a lawsuit against the production for misconduct over what went on between Corinne and DeMario.

"DeMario and Corinne were both shown footage of their hookup during their interviews in the days following their rendezvous".

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