'Bachelor In Paradise' Production Shut Down Amid Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct

'Bachelor In Paradise' Production Shut Down Amid Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct”

Less than a week after ABC revealed the cast of the upcoming fourth season of Bachelor in Paradise, the spin-off has come to a grinding halt following "allegations of misconduct" during filming.

Production on ABC's Bachelor in Paradise, which had been shooting in Mexico, has been suspended after allegations of misconduct have been raised. Two days later, when Warner Bros. launched a full-blown investigation into the allegations, the rest of the contestants were released as well.

According to TMZ, several cast members voiced concerns to the production crew that Olympios was in no position to consent to sexual activity, but the crew did not heed their warnings.

Production of Season 4 of BiP was shut down last week after contestant Corinne Olympios said that she did not give consent to have sexual relation with DeMario Jackson.

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. A producer who witnessed the hook-up was apparently uncomfortable with what they saw, and is now suing the production for misconduct. The sources provided alleged details of the reported encounter to the outlet, claiming that he remembers what took place. "We're pissed that this whole thing happened", the anonymous contestant said. She suggested they take it to the swimming pool, where they took their clothes off and began "rubbing, touching and fingering". "They were all excited for this season and to get to know each other". "From I've been told, the show has been cancelled". Warner Bros. has yet to issue a statement regarding the allegations. As for the rest of the cast, a group of Paradise stars were spotted by fans at the airport in Puerta Vallarta, Mexico, on Sunday morning.

"They are sending everyone home and telling everyone else to stay home", a source told Entertainment Tonight.

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