There's no doubt the recent Bachelor in Paradise incident that centered around Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson has been quite the whirlwind, but there is one person in Olympios' life who has seemingly stayed constant and still has her back. Olympios' boyfriend, Jordan Gielchinsky, chatted with E! News Wednesday about the Bachelor in Paradise situation, including how supportive he is of his girlfriend. All that said, Bachelor Nation just might be wondering who exactly is Gielchinsky, so let's investigate.
First and foremost, these two have history. As Gielchinsky told E! News, "I have known Corinne for over 10 years and as a friend or boyfriend, she will continue to receive my unwavering loyalty and support until I decide that there is a legitimate reason not to give it." So, they've known each other for over a decade, which is an extremely long time. It's unclear how they met, but seeing how the former Bachelor star is 24, it's probably a safe bet to say the couple met as teenagers and possibly in high school.
An exact timeline of when their relationship was initiated isn't known right now, but HollywoodLife.com reports that they, obviously, started dating before Olympios went to Mexico for BiP. To make that even clearer, the date on the Instagram below is May 14, 2017, which shows that they were at least hanging out before filming began.
According to what appears to be Gielchinsky's Facebook profile, he lives in Miami, Florida, which is also Olympios' hometown. Based on a sparse LinkedIn page for a "Jordan Gielchinsky" from Miami that doesn't have a profile picture, it seems like he has been the president for the Giel York Tobacco Corporation for the past four years, in addition to the being the president for the Homeland Tobacco Company for the past three years. If this is the correct Gielchinsky, it also appears he also does work for Hmbldt, a company that makes vaporizer pens for medical marijuana. He also seems to have attended Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick.
There isn't much else known about Gielchinsky. He seems to be a pretty private person, especially when it comes to social media. Besides old photos from years ago featured on his Facebook, his Instagram is private. He also isn't seen on Olympios' Instagram, save for the above photo.
On Tuesday, Warner Brothers announced that its BiP investigation had concluded without finding any misconduct and that filming was resuming. The following statement was given to Bustle:
Olympios' lawyer, Singer, gave his own statement to Bustle later Tuesday:
As for Jackson, he also hired a lawyer and said during an interview with E! News on Wednesday, June 14: