'BIP' Star Jasmine Goode SLAMS Corinne Olympios: 'She's No Victim!'
Bachelor in Paradise contestant Jasmine Goode is on team DeMario Jackson following his pool incident with fellow cast member Corinne Olympios, RadarOnline.com has learned.
In an interview with The Daily Mail, 29-year-old Goode ripped into Olympios over her allegations of sexual misconduct.
"I was taken back with Corinne's statement that she's the victim. That may be the role she plays on the show, but it's a role," she said. "I don't believe she was a victim or traumatized. The statement she released doesn't even sound like her. It sounds like someone wrote it for her."
As reported, Olympios broke her silence on the matter earlier this week with an official statement, claiming she suffered "physical and emotional trauma stemming from that evening."
"Not once did she complain or say she was upset with what happened in the pool with DeMario. She was laughing, having a good time," Goode continued. "Even the day after, she was hanging out with DeMario and some other people in the hot tub. I honestly thought they were going to become a couple."
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As RadarOnline.com readers know, an investigation kicked off Sunday after Warner Bros. released a statement explaining that they "suspended production" and are currently conducting a thorough investigation of sexual assault allegations.
"She never, ever said one thing negative about DeMario. And she was never in danger, at least I never witnessed anything bad happening to her," Goode shared.
"I feel bad for DeMario. He's a good guy. He's sweet and not aggressive one bit. I am sad and disappointed this has happened. We are all shocked."
Jackson appeared on Inside Edition Thursday night to defended himself against Olympios's claims, saying: "My character has been assassinated. My family name has been drug through the mud."
The reality star also revealed that he was also fired from his executive recruiter position thanks to the scandal.
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