The story surrounding the alleged “Bachelor In Paradise” sex scandal continues to get even more confusing as more cast members come forward with their accounts of the day in question. Less than a week after production of the fourth season of ABC summertime reality show was shut down in Mexico, contradicting stories continue to surface regarding what went down between castmates Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson. The “Bachelor in Paradise” co-stars allegedly had a drunken encounter in a pool at the resort the show was filming at.

Now, amid Olympios’ claims that she is a “victim” in the scandal, her former “Bachelor” castmate Jasmine Goode alleges she may not be as innocent as she is trying to make it seem.

In an interview with E! News, Jasmine said Corinne "forced herself” on at least three male “Bachelor in Paradise” cast members when they were unable to consent on the very same day as the DeMario incident, which took place just two days into filming of the show.

A third-party account

In her statement, Goode said that after the controversial encounter, which is starting to turn into a he-said/she-said scenario, everything seemed fine with Corinne. Jasmine alleges that it wasn't until producers tried to cut the intoxicated “Bachelor in Paradise” cast member off from the bar that she began to get agitated. Goode's account reveals that Corinne then threatened producers by warning them to "watch” what she was going to do next.

At some point, a producer, who did not witness the pool incident, filed a complaint of “misconduct” on the set of the summertime romp and that’s when Warner Bros.

decided to shut the entire production down as a thorough investigation of the activities that took place on June 4 was launched.

Corinne is fighting back

Despite the conflicting accounts of what went down in Mexico, Corinne Olympios is not playing games. The “Bachelor” villainess has hired high-powered celebrity attorney Marty Singer to represent her.

Corinne has said she has little recollection of the events that took place on the day of the incident. Meanwhile, Jackson claims his character has been assassinated. DeMario was also reportedly fired from his job as an executive recruiter in the aftermath of the scandal, according to Inside Edition. The ABC reality star says he hopes the viewing of the tapes of the incident will clear his name.

No matter what happens, “Bachelor in Paradise” probably won’t return to ABC this season—or ever.

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