The news recently came out that "Bachelor in Paradise" has canceled filming and will not air. Reality Steve has details but doesn't know exactly what went down. He shared that it had to do with Corine and DeMario and possibly something about sex. Everyone started to tweet back to him wondering if someone was hurt or what went down exactly. Since Blasting shared about the show being canceled, Steve has revealed a few more small details about what happened.

What else did Reality Steve have to say?

Steve already shared that it was #Corinne and DeMario that were involved. He made it sound like it had something to do with sex.

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He then went on to say, "I know you're immediately thinking the worst. I honestly don't think it's that. At least not what I heard."

Reality Steve did have a few more details. Whatever happened, an investigation is going on based on it. He also shared that nobody was hurt, which is great news. He did say that the show is totally stopped and he hopes that everything gets resolved.

LA Times reveals more details

The #La Times writer Amy Kaufman was able to get some more details. She says that on day one Demario and Corinne got really drunk. She went up to the bar and kissed him, and this started everything. She went on to explain that they got naked in the pool. There was no sex according to her source, but still, things got pretty heated between them. It sounds like they were just having a good time together in the pool.

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She says that the next day a producer that saw it all go down just didn't show up to work. Now the producer allegedly wants to sue the show for misconduct over what they saw happen. She went on to say, "DeMario and Corinne were both shown footage of their hookup during their interviews in the days following their rendezvous."

The thing is sexual stuff has happened on this show before, so the idea that the producer would be this upset is a little bit shocking. More information will continue to come out, and hopefully, ABC will put out a statement soon. The fans of the show want to know exactly what is going on and why "#Bachelor in Paradise" probably won't even end up airing.

Are you shocked to hear that "Bachelor in Paradise" won't even end up airing this summer? Are you going to miss this show? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "The Bachelorette" on Monday nights on ABC. Everyone can't wait to see if Rachel Lindsay finds love or not on this season.