Pool Sex? 'Bachelor In Paradise' Shut Down Over DeMario & Corinne's Racy Hookup
New information has emerged in the drama that ultimately shut down Bachelor in Paradise filming in Mexico this week, and RadarOnline.com has all the details!
A source close to the show told Entertainment Tonight that from the beginning, the wild cast had been "drinking all day, having a good time. . .the guys and girls were bopping around, talking to everyone, trying to make connections."
The insider dished that the incident in question began when DeMario Jackson was approached by Corinne Olympios, the controversial contestant from Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor.
"DeMario was in the pool," the source said. "Next thing you know, Corinne comes over and hops on his lap. They start talking and joking."
It didn't take long for the pair to get hot and heavy in the water, the insider revealed.
"Everyone is just going about their business. Cameras are rolling. Producers are everywhere," said the source. "That's when a 'third party' felt uncomfortable, claiming misconduct in the workplace. As of right now, production of Paradise is suspended indefinitely. And they are sending everyone home and telling everyone else to stay home. DeMario and Corinne got sent home soon after."
According to the show source, the "third party" who made the complaint was one of the producers, though other producers reportedly encouraged the two to get together in the first place.
Interestingly, since the incident, Olympios and Jackson have reportedly exchanged numbers and are on "good terms."
"DeMario was trying to reach Corinne via email, Instagram and Facebook for a few days. Finally, he got a hold of her, they exchanged numbers and they've been talking. They are both speaking and on good terms," the source revealed.
ABC recently revealed the new cast could be the wildest group of reality stars who headed to Mexico for filming.
As RadarOnline.com readers also know, Bachelor in Paradise has been a hotbed of secrets and scandals.
On Sunday, Warner Bros. released a statement explaining that they have "become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico."
"We have suspended production and we are conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations," the statement read. "Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action."
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