BACHELOR IN PARADISE – Warner Bros. Concludes ‘NO EVIDENCE OF ASSAULT’

No trouble in Paradise!

Warner Bros. has finished its investigation into an incident between Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson on the set of Bachelor in Paradise  in Mexico and found no evidence of any wrongdoing or sexual misconduct, TMZ reports.

The show was put on hold after a producer claimed Corinne Olympios was so drunk she was not capable of consenting to DeMario Jackson.

DeMario Jackson’s lawyers met with Warner Bros. lawyers on Monday. They reviewed the tapes and said he was in the clear.

As for the swimming pool incident, Warner Bros. says it will not be released.

Chris Harrison tweeted this after the news broke out.

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