DeMario Jackson Tells His Side Of The 'Bachelor In Paradise' Scandal In A Detailed Interview — VIDEO

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On Monday, E! News released part of their two-night interview with former Bachelorette contestant DeMario Jackson, in which he told his side of the Bachelor in Paradise scandal. In the clips, Jackson discussed the night of the alleged incident involving Corinne Olympios that brought BiP production to a temporary suspension earlier this month, and then recounted how he was sent home. Warner Bros. has since cleared the series and cast members of misconduct in an internal investigation, but the two individuals in question continue to deal with the ramifications of these complicated and serious claims. Bustle has reached out to Olympios' rep for comment on Jackson's interview, but has yet to hear back.

When E!'s Melanie Bromley asked about his initial interaction with Olympios, Jackson said,

As the night went on, Jackson said, “It got a little hot and heavy, she jumped in my arms, we started making out at the bar.” When Bromley asked Jackson if Olympios appeared to be intoxicated at that time, he replied,

He continued,

DeMario goes on to recall some graphic details about his encounter with Corrine. You can watch the first part of the interview in the video below.

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And part two of the interview is below.

E! News on YouTube

According to Jackson, he and Olympios allegedly hung out the next morning, but when he offered her a shot, she said the producers had allegedly cut her off. Jackson said that three days later, a producer allegedly pulled him aside to advise him to leave the show:

On June 14, Olympios's rep released the following statement to Bustle regarding the encounter on the Bachelor in Paradise set:

That same day, Jackson's rep released the following statement to E! News:

Last week, the investigation ended and BiP production resumed. Regarding the internal investigation, Warner Bros. released the following statement to Bustle:

In a statement to Bustle, ABC added,

And on June 20, Olympios' lawyer, Martin Singer, released the following statement to Bustle:

The rest of the interview will air Tuesday evening on the E! network.