Corinne Olympios was trying to leave her troubles behind in Miami this weekend. The former Bachelor in Paradise star was photographed by a pool in an itsy bitsy bikini! The controversial beauty had no problem showing off her body by the pool after she was involved in a pool-related sex scandal on the reality show. Scroll through Radar's gallery for more!
Olympios, 24, flaunted her fit figure in her Miami hometown on Saturday, July 22 and soaked up some rays.
The reality star shocked America after a producer on Bachelor in Paradise allegedly claimed she witnessed an alleged incident of sexual misconduct on set in a pool between Olympios and fellow contestant DeMario Jackson, 30.
As Radar reader know, Warner Bros. temporarily suspended production on season 4 of Paradise in mid-June after a producer claimed she witnessed Olympios and Jackson getting hot and heavy in a pool while filming the show. Olympios previously starred on Nick Viall's The Bachelor season.
But the BIP reality show was soon up and running again after the production company ultimately announced it had found no evidence of wrongdoing in the sex scandal. And Olympios has said she will attend the Paradise reunion show. As Radar has reported, the investigation found that there was no sexual assault and Jackson was vindicated.
Olympios wore a tiny pink bikini top and white bottoms while enjoying an afternoon by the pool. She loves appearing in a bikini, as Radar has noted.
The reality beauty who went topless in a pool with Nick Viall on The Bachelor –and then, allegedly was involved in a wild pool scene with Jackson on Paradise -- listened to music and sipped on a refreshing drink while lying by a pool on her own in Miami.
Olympios hoped to exploit her fame more on BIP after she raised eyebrows and temperatures on The Bachelor. Last week, she confirmed that she's "very happy" to be appearing on the summer show's reunion special.
As Radar has reported, Olympios and Jackson decided not to continue on Bachelor in Paradise, which was filming in Mexico, after the scandal about them allegedly getting raunchy on camera. Olympios claimed she was asked to return to the series, but declined -- however, fans can catch her on the reunion special where she will no doubt discuss the controversy.
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