'Bachelor In Paradise' DeMario Jackson Wants To Talk To Corinne, Reports Say


Bachelor in Paradise is reportedly set to resume filming this week after being temporarily suspended over allegations of sexual misconduct between DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios.

Now, Jackson wants to talk to Olympios about the sexual assault claim, TMZ reports.

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


Sources allegedly told TMZ Jackson was "blindsided and confused" by Olympios' reaction and the fact that she claimed to be a victim. He was reportedly under the impression that a third party had complained about their sexual activity in the pool, but Olympios had no problem with it.

After news broke that Bachelor in Paradise was canceled and contestants got sent home, Olympios told TMZ,


Jackson responded with a statement, which read,

Last week, Warner Bros. released a statement on the conclusion of its investigation into the situation:

Additionally, ABC told Elite Daily,

While Demario Jackson has yet to speak out about news of the show's return, he will not be returning to Mexico to rejoin the cast for season four, TMZ reports. It was previously reported he received an invite, but sources allegedly told TMZ he does not want to be involved with the show and has been seeing a therapist to deal with the fallout of the controversy.


In reaction to the investigation being closed, Olympios' lawyer, Martin Singer, told ET,

Jackson has not yet commented on the show's return or being cleared of accusations. According to TMZ, he would be happy to meet up with Olympios to discuss what happened but will not be reaching out because he feels that's her responsibility.

On Friday, Jackson was spotted partying in LA. Meanwhile, Olympios has been spending time with her alleged boyfriend, who released a statement defending her.

It seems unlikely there will be a meet-up between Jackson and Olympios as long as her legal team continues to investigate.