There's a major update to the situation surrounding Bachelor in Paradise. Warner Bros. has announced that Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 will start filming again now that the investigation into allegations of misconduct on set is complete. According to the production company, producing is resuming and "certain changes" will take place when it comes to the show's policies.
Warner Bros. released the following statement to Bustle:
Update: On Tuesday, Corinne Olympios' lawyer Martin Singer released a statement to Bustle that read,
Earlier: While the statement doesn't share specifics, it sounds like, basically, the show will go on as intended. There is no word on whether Corinne Olympios or DeMario Jackson, who were at the center of the controversy after reports came out that alleged that there may have been a nonconsensual sexual encounter between them, will be returning to the show. Bustle has reached out to reps for Olympios and Jackson for comment, but has not yet received a response. TMZ reports that no decisions have been made when it comes to the two and their place on the show.
Previously, Olympios shared a statement with Bustle, which reads,
Jackson shared in his statement to Bustle:
Soon after Warner Bros. announced that the show would go on, ABC shared in a statement to Bustle:
An exact premiere date was not given. The show was originally slated to start Aug. 8.