DeMario jackson is done with “Bachelor in Paradise.” The 30-year old reality star has reportedly turned down ABC’s offer to return to the summertime “Bachelor” spinoff after production of the show was temporarily suspended earlier this month. A source for Jackson revealed to CNN that he plans to focus on himself in the aftermath of unfounded misconduct allegations on the “BIP” set in Mexico.

Why won’t DeMario return?

An insider told Us Weekly that DeMario feels it’s in his best interest to walk away from the summertime reality show. Jackson also feels that his character and family name were harmed after allegations that he behaved inappropriately while drinking with fellow “BIP” cast member Corinne Olympios prompted the shut down and an investigation by Warner Bros.

Olympios is also believed not to be returning to the show and her attorney, famed celebrity lawyer Marty Singer, says he is conducting his own investigation into the alleged incident.

Insiders told TMZ that Corinne will likely never appear on a “Bachelor”-related TV show again. In addition to Nick Viall’s season of “The Bachelor,” Corinne made a cameo on Rachel Lindsay’s season of “The Bachelorette” before the ill-fated “Bachelor in Paradise” attempt sidelined her ABC career for good.

Who will return to 'Paradise'?

While DeMario and Corinne are out for the upcoming series, other “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette” alums have been asked to return to Mexico to shoot the fourth season of the popular reality show, including fan favorites Robby Hayes, Raven Gates, and Amanda Stanton.

The “Bachelor in Paradise” contestants will reportedly return to Sayulita, Mexico, this weekend to resume filming of the show.

Bachelor Nation is happy that “Bachelor in Paradise” will be back, but many wonder if the format will now be tweaked. The show features an on-set bartender and the alcohol is usually flowing, but after the alleged alcohol-induced incident, producers will likely be watching the partying castmates a lot closer, and perhaps even cutting some of them off.

“Bachelor in Paradise’ fans can also look forward to the TV wedding of Evan Bass and Carly Waddell. The “Bachelor” lovebirds met last season on the summertime show and were wed last weekend in Mexico as ABC’s cameras rolled. The wedding will presumably air on this season’s “Bachelor in Paradise.”

“Bachelor in Paradise” returns to ABC later this summer.