As revealed yesterday, the investigation into the “sexual misconduct” incident during the filming of this season’s “Bachelor in Paradise” has completed, and it was found that there was no sexual misconduct. The legal team determined that, from the video of the encounter, that corinne appeared to be “fully engaged and lucid” throughout the act. Filming will now continue, and producers are asking the cast to come back.
They have asked DeMario Jackson to return, but there’s no official statement from his team that says he is coming back. Robby Hayes, Lacey Mark, Raven Gates, Vinny Ventiera, Amanda Stanton, and some others have all been asked to return. It also sounds like there will be “other contestants” from different seasons joining this season as well.
Good news for Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, too. What do they have to do with the show? They’re just super fans, but they also were in an episode of “The Bachelorette,” helping cast member Rachel Lindsay find her love. Ashton says “it’s like the greatest social experiment of all time.”
Investigations are continuing on Corinne Olympios’ team, as her legal team is still meeting with new witnesses and working on the case, despite producers of the show and their legal team finding no evidence of misconduct. Her boyfriend released a statement about the situation too, which you can see here.