UPDATE: A LA Times reporter was able to get information about what went down. Read about it here.

The News is out that "Bachelor in Paradise" has halted production for a bit due to something going on while they were there. The news broke when Reality Steve went to his Twitter to share about it, but he didn't have a ton of information starting out.

What did Steve reveal?

Reality Steve shared that the filming was stopped and everyone was sent home. He revealed this was why they had their phones back. He went on to explain that he thought they would start filming again.

Now he is saying that this is not the case at all and that filming is over and the show has been stopped.

Next, Steve went to his Twitter to share a few more details. He revealed that Corinne and DeMario are the two people who did something wrong that made the show stop being filmed. He went on to say that it is not a good situation at all and said he doesn't know all the details yet. Steve said, "(MAJOR SPOILER): I'm not at liberty to throw accusations out. But yeah, drinking, sex, cameras, etc. You get the picture. (3/3)." After that Steve said he doesn't know quite enough details to speculate. This is pretty surprising considering that Corinne had said she had a boyfriend before she went to the show.

Also, they normally like to catch things like this on camera, so fans want to know exactly what went down and what could have been so bad that they would stop filming the show.

E! News shares a statement

E! News said, "We have become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico. We have suspended production, and we are conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations.

Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action." They didn't say anything more at all, though.

Fans did see several of them at the airport and take pictures of them. The question now is if they will show what they filmed or what will happen. The new season of "Bachelor in Paradise" was supposed to start airing on August 8 on ABC and the fans were really looking forward to seeing it.

That is not what will happen now though more than likely.

Are you shocked to hear that "Bachelor in Paradise" isn't being filmed now? What do you think that they will do instead? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss watching "The Bachelorette" on Monday nights on ABC. This entire season has already been filmed, so everyone will get to enjoy watching Rachel and seeing if she can find love or not.