Corinne Olympios's Lawyers Vow to Continue Investigation into 'Bachelor in Paradise' Scandal

Corinne Olympios
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It doesn't look like Corinne Olympios is ready to put the whole Bachelor in Paradise scandal behind her just yet. Despite Warner Brothers determining that no sexual assault took place in the pool in Mexico, the former Bachelor contestant's lawyers are planning to continue their own investigation.


On Tuesday, Warner Bros. released a statement that they found no evidence of sexual misconduct between Corinne and her BIP castmate DeMario Jackson. However, People magazine reports that Corinne's legal team obviously isn't satisfied with the outcome, and plans to continue to investigate the situation on their own.

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Her attorney Martin Singer pointed out in a statement to People that it was not Corinne's claims alone that got production shut down, but "because of multiple complaints received from BIP producers and crew member on the set."

Singer continued, "It comes as no surprise that Warner Bros., as a result of its own internal investigation, would state that no wrong doing had occurred. Our own investigation will continue based on multiple new witnesses coming forward revealing what they saw and heard."

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Reports of sexual assault arose after Corinne was allegedly too intoxicated to consent to oral sex in the pool with DeMario. She claimed that she doesn't remember anything after blacking out that day, and DeMario insisted that his character had been assassinated by the reports.

The tape of the incident apparently cleared DeMario of any wrongdoing, and he has since been invited back to the show, which is resuming filming. No word yet on whether Corinne will rejoin the cast as well.

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