"Bachelor in Paradise" is back on and the cast has been cleared to continue filming Season 4 in Mexico after the shocking sexual assault accusations that almost ended the series. With Corinne Olympios on the outs with the "Bachelor" franchise, fans want to know what is up with DeMario Jackson.

Season 4 of 'Bachelor in Paradise' sees big changes

As everyone heads back for more fun in the sun, it looks like a few things have changed about "Bachelor In Paradise" Season 4. In an effort to ensure cast safety going forward, a new medication policy has been put in place.

Cast members will have to check in their prescription and non-prescription pills as they enter filming. From that point on, if they need medication for anything from high blood pressure to a headache, they must ask for it rather than regulate themselves. In light of the new pill policy, it's safe to say that alcohol consumption is probably getting monitored as well.

Another change that fans will notice on Season 4 of "Bachelor in Paradise" would be the absence of DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios. While Corinne is not welcome back, having been banned from any future "Bachelor" casting, The Hollywood Gossip reports that DeMario Jackson has been invited to return. Could anyone blame him if he said no?

Will DeMario Jackson still appear on 'BIP'?

It turns out that DeMario hasn't said yes or no yet. While he's not currently filming "BIP," there's a really good chance that Jackson will head back to Mexico at some point during Season 4 to tell his side of the Corinne Olympios drama. DeMario already started talking about what happened with Corinne in Mexico and he says she was the aggressor.

DeMario Jackson sat down with E! News' Melanie Bromley to talk about the drama that nearly ended his reality TV career and that could have ruined his life. The first part of a two-part interview with Jackson aired on Monday night. in it, he said that Corinne egged on the "hot and heavy" hookup that ended up moving to the pool as cameras rolled.

According to DeMario, not only was Corinne aggressive during their encounter, she was also making sure that cameras were catching all of the action. It's a good thing too because it was the tapes of DeMario and Corinne that ended up exonerating him, proving that Corinne not only had all of her faculties about her but that she had been putting the moves on several men on the same day she hooked up with DeMario.

What makes this bad for DeMario Jackson is that this is the second incident he's had on "Bachelor in Paradise" that could potentially make him look bad.

Thankfully, this time around, his name was cleared. That said, he still didn't go back to Mexico when "BIP" filming resumed. Everyone except DeMario and Corinne went back to complete filming, which ends on July 5.

That still doesn't mean we've seen the last of DeMario Jackson on Season 4 of "Bachelor in Paradise." That's because DeMario hasn't ruled out coming in later for a sit down to talk about what happened with Corinne Olympios. He's been adamant that Warner Bros. should release the controversial footage so he can clear his name. Since that isn't going to happen, it seems fair that DeMario would want to sit down and tell his side of the story about what really happened.