'Bachelor in Paradise' Promo Shows Corinne Olympios, DeMario Jackson in Pool

'Bachelor in Paradise' Promo Shows Corinne Olympios, DeMario Jackson in Pool

'Bachelor in Paradise' Promo Shows Corinne Olympios, DeMario Jackson in Pool

A new trailer for Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 teases the now-infamous pool hookup between Corinne Olympios and castmate DeMario Jackson.

Bachelor Nation was recently rocked by scandal when filming on Bachelor in Paradise was suspended due to allegations of misconduct between contestants Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson when the two had a sexual encounter in a pool. On June 20, Warner Bros. and ABC announced the show had been cleared of any wrongdoing, and the cast - minus Olympios and Jackson - returned to Mexico to resume filming. Olympios previously claimed she was too drunk to consent. Clips showed fan favorite Dean crying and admitting he is in the center of a love triangle as well as Raven Gates professing her readiness for a proposal. In reality, a contestant felt she wasn't safe, which caused all the other contestants to go home and the production to be in jeopardy-meaning people's livelihoods were at stake. As you likely know, the amusing man created both Baby Bachelor and Baby Bachelorette in honor of the reality TV franchise. During a Sunday, August 6, panel at the Television Critics Association press tour, ABC entertainment president Channing Dungey opened up about the aftermath of the incident, although she declined to answer specific questions, according to CNN. "We thought it was cheeky and amusing and in line with the show, however the response told us otherwise and then we pulled it". "I think we feel good that we do". We'll handle it in a respectful way. "When something like this happens, it's always a bit of a wake-up call to have all of the right processes in place".

But when asked to detail what actually happened, Dungey got vague: "That's a question for Warner Bros. since they are the studio behind the show". Then various contestants complain how they don't know what's going on.

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