Corinne Olympios Releases A Statement About 'Bachelor In Paradise' — UPDATE

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On Sunday, it was reported that filming of Bachelor in Paradise was shut down amid allegations of misconduct. Now, one of the people involved in the situation has shared a statement on the matter. A rep for Corinne Olympios released the following statement about Bachelor in Paradise to Bustle:

Update: On the evening of Wednesday, June 14, Jackson released a statement about Olympios' allegations to E! News:

Update #2 On June 20, an ABC spokesperson provided the following statement to Bustle:

Warner Bros.' statement to Bustle read,

Update #3: On Tuesday, Corinne Olympios' lawyer Martin Singer released a statement to Bustle that read,

Earlier: Previously, Warner Bros. announced that Bachelor in Paradise production had been suspended. The following statement was shared with Bustle:

In the days since the suspension was announced, numerous reports have been released about the situation. People reported that there was allegedly a sexual encounter involving DeMario Jackson and a female contestant, in which the woman was drunk may not have been able to give consent. TMZ reported that the female contestant was Olympios, and that sources close to Olympios claimed that she was unable to give consent, but that she did not "fully blame" Jackson, as he supposedly was also drunk. The sources also claimed that she did feel that production should have stepped in.

As for Jackson, he spoke to TMZ in a video released early on Wednesday, in which he said "No comment" in response to many questions about the claims that have been reported about him. Asked if he was upset about reports alleging that Olympios claims she did not give consent, Jackson responded, "No, no. I'm all good."