Is DeMario Jackson Going Back To 'Bachelor In Paradise?' Reports Vary


Earlier this week, Warner Bros. concluded its investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct between DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios during filming of Bachelor in Paradise.


The investigation reportedly found no evidence to support the claims and filming is set to resume next week.

It was initially reported that DeMario Jackson was invited to return to Mexico for filming of season four of Bachelor in Paradise, but sources allegedly told TMZ he will not be going back on the show.

According to TMZ, other sources are saying Jackson was never actually invited back by producers. It's also being reported that Jackson began seeing a therapist to help him deal with the fallout of the scandal.

Elite Daily reached out to Jackson's team for comment, but did not hear back at time of publication.

On Tuesday, Warner Bros. released the following statement:

Additionally, ABC told Elite Daily,

Olympios' lawyer, Martin Singer, responded to news of the show's return by telling ET,

Jackson told Inside Edition he lost his job as a recruiting consultant over these allegations, and he also wants access to the tapes.

The 30-year-old, who was a contestant on Rachel Lindsay's season of The Bachelorette, has not responded to the most recent news of the show's return, but did release the following statement last week:

Jackson's statement came on the heels of Olympios telling TMZ,


Other than the statement from her lawyer, Olympios has not commented further or responded to news of the show's return. It seems highly unlikely she would be involved with the remainder of season four of Bachelor in Paradise, though.

We don't yet have an air date for the show, but cast members are expected to return to Mexico for filming early next week.