Details Surface on What Corinne Olympios Allegedly Remembers From Night of Scandal

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The investigation into what happened between Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson during Bachelor in Paradise filming is underway, and there are conflicting reports about whether or not the sexual contact they engaged in was consensual. Both have lawyered up, and while DeMario insists that his "character has been assassinated," a new source just gave more details about what Corinne remembers from that night -- and the details allude to her being in a blackout state.

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According to E! News, the insider claims:

"Corinne alleges that she hasn't seen the tape of the events and she doesn't remember much of the events of the night because she was blacked out for the majority of it. But the last memory she has is taking a shot of tequila."

The source also adds that Corinne supposedly had two cups of champagne in the limousine on the way to the BIP set, and drank a dirty martini in addition to the tequila shot(s). She also reportedly did not have much to eat, only having a "little bit at breakfast."

In addition to Corinne's not remembering anything past the shot of tequila, the source claims that Corinne was told by other female cast members that she was so drunk that she could not walk, and that she had to be helped down the stairs, where she allegedly fell and "busted her knee open." She also reportedly "fell face first in the Jacuzzi" at some point during the night as well.

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As the days go on since the news of the scandal broke, it's getting harder and harder to figure out which side of the story we're supposed to believe. Last week, another fellow cast member reportedly told TMZ that Corinne was very "with it" during her hookup with DeMario, so it's obvious that there are differing opinions as far as what was actually witnessed that evening.

We'll be staying on top of any future details as they continue to trickle out.

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