Leah block was on a past season of "Bachelor in Paradise, " and the reality star isn't holding back now. It was recently revealed that the show has shut down production this season after something went down on set. They actually already sent the entire cast back to the United States and it has been revealed that the show will not even air at all. Now, Leah is speaking out against producers and sharing her thoughts on what allegedly went down between DeMario Jackson and Corrine Olympious. The news broke yesterday about what happened.

What did Leah Block have to say?

Leah Block went to her Twitter and didn't hold back at all.

She said, "All of these contestants (including myself) are supposed to trust these producers who we all think are our ', friends.' Yeah...definitely not. Just shows everyone how trashy that show is & how trashy the producers are to think it's ok to film sexual activity on an ABC SHOW. #garbage." After that, she went on to explain that her opinion only has to do with the producers and not the contestants of the show at all. She had nothing bad to say about anyone who was a contestant on the show. Leah was not on this season, so she has heard about it, but didn't see it all happen.

Jasmine Goode might not agree with her, though. She responded about how they are all grown adults at the end of the day. Leah also went on to say that since most of the contestants live in LA, they can continue their relationships if they want to do that, which is true.

A lot of past contestants are slowly starting to speak out and share their thoughts.

Will the show go on?

At this point, everyone from "Bachelor in Paradise" was sent back home. Reality Steve confirmed that the show will not air at all. There has been no talk or confirmation about what will end up happening in the future with this show. They could decide to do things differently and bring the show back in the future, but that is unknown at this time.

So far, there is no talk of canceling any of the other shows in this franchise. They also haven't revealed what will air in place of "Bachelor in Paradise," but it does sound like Carly Waddell and Evan Bass could get a wedding special at least on week of that since their wedding was supposed to air on "Bachelor in Paradise."

Are you surprised by what Leah Block has to say?

Do you feel like she is right? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss the new episodes of "The Bachelorette" on Monday nights on ABC.

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