Corinne Olympios, DeMario Jackson will appear on delayed 'Bachelor in Paradise'

  • Corinne Olympios, DeMario Jackson will appear on delayed 'Bachelor in Paradise'

Corinne Olympios, DeMario Jackson will appear on delayed 'Bachelor in Paradise'

In an interview with TMZ, Jackson confirmed that he will be returning to the Bachelor In Paradise and Bachelorette: Men Tell All.

"Production on this season of Bachelor in Paradise will be resuming, and we plan to implement certain changes to the show's policies and procedures to enhance and further ensure the safety and security of all participants", the production company said in a statement. E!

The sexual misconduct allegations from June involving cast members Olympios and DeMario Jackson were serious enough to shut down production on the Sayulita, Mexico, set. Maybe she won't be done with the Bachelor franchise after this like we thought!

He wants to thank them and reunite with those he values as true friends.

On June 4, the two allegedly had a sexual encounter with questionable consent.

The ugly act prompted the show runners to halt the filming of the fourth installment to conduct a thorough investigation of the incident.

Filming resumed following Warner Bros. investigation into Corinne's claims. Both contestants also sought legal advice. Olympios' legal team conducted their own investigation into the situation as well and made a decision to move on as well, although it was unclear as to what conclusions they reached or if any settlements had occurred behind the scenes.

"She's excited to finally come out and speak", the insider added.

Although their investigation was already done, Corinne did not disclose any details but noted that she is satisfied with the results. News that he felt "played" by the scandal. The show should draw a lot of viewers as the pair were recently part of the largest scandal in "Bachelor" history.

ABC on Wednesday, July 12 announced that the "Bachelor in Paradise " spinoff will make its highly anticipated return with a two-night premiere on August 14 and August 15 at 8 p.m. ET/PT, The Hollywood Reporter reveals.