DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios are currently in hot water for their controversial behavior while filming for "Bachelor in Paradise" Season 4 in Mexico. The two reportedly had a steamy get-to-know-you interaction after having a drink with their fellows to celebrate the beginning of their journey on the show.

What really happened between DeMario and Corinne?

Earlier reports stated the two contestants were having a nice chat in the swimming pool when the atmosphere became intimate and got out of hand. An affiliate said the alleged behavior involved "intense rubbing, touching, and fingering" while the cameras were on a roll.

Apparently, a producer of "Bachelor in Paradise" felt "uncomfortable" after seeing Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson's behavior on the set, and filed a complaint on allegations of misconduct. The show immediately announced that they are delaying the filming for the fourth installment while an investigation is being carried out. Warner Bros. also promised to take the necessary action to address the controversy.

What's the other side of the story?

Despite initial claims of the alleged misconduct, an insider told ET that things are still unclear for Corinne Olympios. In fact, the source said female contestant could hardly remember what happened that night. "After the incident with DeMario and Corinne, some producers were gone the next day, and nobody knew why," it said.

It was also revealed that the persons involved had a meeting with a therapist after the controversial incident. Aside from the two, the rest of the participants were "split up" and were told to stay in their respective rooms. After that, DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios were sent home, while the remaining contestants were asked whether they would like to continue or go home for the time being.

But despite their mutual decision to continue with the filming in Mexico, the "Bachelor in Paradise" participants were sent home over the weekend. In fact, all contestants, except for the controversial pair, were spotted at an airport in Mexico on Sunday. While some of them are not affected by the suspension, others are "upset" that the filming was put on hold just because one person felt "uncomfortable" of what DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios did on the set.

The evicted "Bachelorette" contestant, on the other hand, is reportedly "hoping for redemption" after causing a series of controversies on the show. The fourth run of "Bachelor in Paradise" is supposed to premiere on August 8, but after the scandal, it is still unclear whether or not the spin-off will push through.

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