Corinne Olympios' Lawyer Releases A New Statement Following The News That 'Bachelor In Paradise' Will Resume Filming

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On Tuesday afternoon, Warner Bros. announced that Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 would resume filming following an internal investigation into allegations of misconduct that led the production to shut down a little over on week earlier. Now, following news that Bachelor in Paradise would start filming again, Corrine Olympios' lawyer, Martin Singer, has released the following statement to Bustle:

Warner Bros. had no comment in regards to this statement. The production company released the following statement earlier on Tuesday:

Olympios and fellow contestant DeMario Jackson were at the center of reports about the shutdown following allegations that there was a sexual encounter between them that may not have been consensual. Olympios previously released a statement on Wednesday, which reads,

Jackson also released a statement on Wednesday, which reads,

Bachelor in Paradise will return sometime this summer.