Bachelor Nation was rocked last week when reports of inappropriate behavior at the "Bachelor in Paradise" filming broke. It turns out that all may not be lost and filming is expected to resume in Mexico soon. So far, there is no word if Corinne Olympios or DeMario Jackson will be returning in any capacity. However, Corinne did end up hiring lawyer to the stars Marty Singer and he says he's not done investigating what went down in Mexico

A statement on behalf of Corinne

Just hours after learning that "Bachelor In Paradise" would resume filming in Mexico after Warner Brothers finished inviestigating, Corinne Olympios' lawyer released a statement on her behalf.

In it, the high-powered Marty Singer claimed that "BIP" filming was not shut down because of Corinne or any complaint that Corinne made. Instead, he pointed out that it was stopped due to complaints by producers of the show.

“It comes as no surprise that Warner Bros., as a result of its own internal investigation, would state that no wrong doing had occurred. Our own investigation will continue based on multiple new witnesses coming forward revealing what they saw and heard," Singer wrote.

Why did 'BIP' production stop?

Warner Brothers halted "Bachelor In Paradise" production after a member of the crew complained about the conduct between Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson in the pool during filming. Based on witness accounts that have been gathered since filming was stopped, the two were getting very hot and heavy in the pool as cameras rolled.

After the fact, Corinne claimed that she didn't remember anything that happened during the day, including some very risque PDA in the pool. She even claimed to have a boyfriend back home and said she wouldn't do that while she was dating someone else, prompting everyone who watches "Bachelor in Paradise" to ask why she was even there then.

After the incident, "Bachelor in Paradise" filming stopped abruptly and all cast members were returned to the U.S.

via Houston. It was beleived that the show may get canceled at that point, causing plenty of fans to share their disappointment on social media.

Filming is back on

Thankfully, after the investigation into the pool incident with Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson, Warner Bros. decided that nothing out of the ordinary happened and that there was no sexual misconduct.

After completing the investigation, ABC delighted Bachelor Nation by announcing that "Bachelor In Paradise" filming is back on and that the season will continue as planned.

As far as Corinne Olympios' future with the "Bachelor" franchise, that very well may be over. Coriinne's lawyer has said that the investigation isn't over as far as they are concerned. Warner Bros. did say that video of Corinne and DeMario wouldn't be released out of concern for their privacy. Whether or not Corinne plans to take legal action against the production is still up in the air.

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