'Bachelor in Paradise' Filming Stopped Indefinitely After 'Alleged Misconduct'

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Wow. If you were anxiously awaiting the return of our favorite guilty pleasure reality show this summer, it sounds like we might not get to watch season 4 after all. Bachelor in Paradise filming has been shut down, after what Warner Brothers is describing as "allegations of misconduct."

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The company issued a statement to Us Weekly, saying:

"We 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. Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action."

While Warner Brothers has yet to release any more details as to what actually happened or who was involved, there are other reports claiming that Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson were the two contestants at the center of the alleged incident.

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According to a report from TMZ, Demario and Corinne were apparently told by show producers that the two of them would be involved in a "hookup" story line, and it sounds like that's where things took a turn for the worse, whatever that may be.

There are quite a few reports questioning and theorizing about what actually happened between the two of them, and at this point, we don't want to speculate until some sort of formal statement has been made. TMZ also reports that one of the producers of the show witnessed whatever occurred, presumably sexually, between Corinne and DeMario, and wound up filing a complaint against Warner Brothers, after being "uncomfortable" with what was seen/filmed.

We'll be following this story as it develops, and will update as more details become available. Whatever the case may be, it sounds like the future of Bachelor in Paradise is definitely up in the air.

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