As the "Bachelor in Paradise" investigation continues, reports are now obliterating Corinne Olympios' name now that the probe is turning to possible misconduct that involves DeMario Jackson. Reality Steve announced in his Monday tweets that he deleted the names of the contestants he wrote about Sunday night after obtaining them from a Los Angeles Times writer's Twitter feed. People magazine reports that the investigation is looking into misconduct allegations that DeMario took advantage of a woman who was too drunk to consent to sex.

Media takes out Corinne Olympios' name in investigation

Several accounts have consistently stated that DeMario and a female contestant were acting out "raunchy" scenes that were being filmed. A producer at the scene of the incident in question apparently was upset by what was unfolding and is suing the show.

“The show absolutely values the primacy of consent, and this instance it appears as though conduct allegedly occurred without the proper consent having been given,” an insider with the show tells People.

Female contestant too drunk to consent to sex

Now that Corinne Olympios is no longer being identified in the press as the woman DeMario was hooking up with during filming of "BIP," the possible victim who was too drunk to consent is now being referred to as a "female contestant." Prior reports claimed the former contestant from Nick Viall's season of "The Bachelor" was rubbing herself all over DeMario when they were getting physical and things got "raunchy," as another source put it.

Alcohol was definitely involved in the situation, according to witnesses.

"BiP" has been suspended and likely won't resume filming, Reality Steve tells followers. Contestants were flown back home after just one week of filming in Mexico. The shocking news emerged on Sunday when production was halted following the incident that brought everything crashing down.

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DeMario Jackson center of investigation

An investigation into misconduct is underway with DeMario at the center of it. A source explains that everything was "fine" between DeMario and the female contestant after their time together. Still, the woman may be the victim of "alleged sexual misconduct." What's more, one of the "BiP" contestants claim two other cast members saw the interaction and explains that others were wondering why crew members didn't step in and do something.

Another contestant shares that everyone isn't just "pissed" at DeMario, but the show. Had the crew done more to prevent this kind of encounter, the show would be going on. Since some wanted to see what would happen and it ultimately resulted in cancellation of "Bachelor in Paradise."