Fans of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" franchises will have to miss out on the highly anticipated "Bachelor in Paradise" season which was slated to hit airwaves on August 8. New reports have surfaced indicating that production has been stopped by ABC because of "allegations of misconduct" during their shoot in Sayulita, Mexico. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the star-studded upcoming season brought back many franchise alums including Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson, who was recently ousted from "The Bachelorette."

DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios involved in 'misconduct'?

Blogger Steve Carbone, who has closely followed the franchise over the last several years, hinted that DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios may be involved with the "allegations of misconduct" which have been the cause of "a thorough investigation" and the suspension of the "Bachelor in Paradise" production.

The pair were not seen in the photo posted by a fan on Instagram, showing the cast members of the show at an airport in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. According to PEOPLE, "a producer allegedly witnessed a drunken sexual encounter between two cast members." The identity of the two cast members has yet to be officially confirmed but every outlet is reporting Olympios and Jackson are the two cast members in question.

Unclear future for 'Bachelor in Paradise'

The studio and production company has not released any official plans on how they plan to move forward with the show, which is slated to premiere on August 8.

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As per Carbone, he took to Twitter to say that "From I've been told, the show has been cancelled. They're done. Everyone's being sent home." However, contestants were told that they were being sent to Houston from Mexico.

Hints of trouble brewing in 'Paradise'

Leading up to the announcement this weekend, many have speculated that there was already something going on behind the scenes of "Bachelor in Paradise." As per Us Weekly, some have noticed that both Corrine Olympios and Amanda Stanton have resumed posting content on their respective social media channels, which is prohibited while they are filming the competition.

Some have speculated that they may have been eliminated and sent home given that they are already back on their social media channels. Fans will have to wait for any official statements from ABC for if and when "Bachelor in Paradise" will air.