According to breaking news on Tuesday, June 20, Us Weekly reported that "Bachelor in Paradise" is resuming filming in Mexico for Season 4. After Warner Bros. concluded the investigation, officials found no misconduct among the cast. Even though there had been much talk of sexual misconduct, there was no evidence to support the allegations.

Update on filming

Filming of the popular ABC reality show was suspended on June 11, 2017, and the cast was sent home. Host Chris Harrison said there would be an ongoing investigation and the status of the show would be announced. The footage of Corinne Olympios, 24, and DeMario Jackson, 30, in the pool will not be released out of respect for their privacy.

The company revealed that the videotape did not show any sexual assault or misconduct by anyone. It was concluded that the safety of the cast members was not in jeopardy at any time.

Along with the announcement that production would resume was a statement that changes will be made to the policies of the show to make sure no other allegations of sexual misconduct will happen again.

When will the show return?

The investigation has been conducted in a swift manner. It was confirmed by an ABC spokesperson that "Bachelor in Paradise" will complete filming, and the show will air this summer. It was originally scheduled to premiere on August 8. However, that date has not been confirmed.

At this time, it is not certain that Olympios and Jackson, who were at the center of the investigation, will return.

They had made statements that they had retained lawyers. Olympios claimed she had hired celebrity lawyer, Marty Singer and she was seeking therapy to help her deal with trauma because she was a victim.

Jackson's lawyer allegedly met with Warner Bros. to view the videotape for himself. He was satisfied that the tape showed that his client was in the clear as DeMario had insisted all along.

No word has been given about whether Jackson will get his job back or whether he will return to Mexico to join the other cast members.

Even though the investigation is over and the show has announced it will resume, there are still some unanswered questions, and the subject will probably be in the news a little longer. According to Inside Edition, it was suggested in a report that Jackson should file a lawsuit against Warner Bros.

because his name was assassinated during the last few days. Besides, Jackson lost his job before the investigation was even conducted.

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