AceShowbiz - After Warner Bros. released a statement confirming that "Bachelor in Paradise" production in Mexico was suspended, some details of the alleged "misconduct" that led to the suspension have been revealed. According to TMZ, the filming was shut down after a producer complained about two contestants "getting extremely sexual in a swimming pool."
Confirming an earlier report by Reality Steve, the two contestants in question are DeMario Jackson from "The Bachelorette" season 13 and Corinne Olympios from "The Bachelor" season 21. Sources connected to DeMario tell TMZ that last Sunday, the first day of production at a Mexican resort, DeMario and Corinne were told by producers that the two hooking up would be an entertaining storyline since both were considered villains of their previous respective shows.
DeMario and Corinne reportedly met at the bar and drank alcohol, before things started to get hot and heavy between the two. Corinne was said jumping in his lap and started making out with him. There was allegedly lots of "intense rubbing."
Still according to DeMario's version, Corinne then suggested they retreat to the pool, with the cameras rolling. They took off their clothes and started making out. It went more raunchy with some "rubbing, touching and fingering."
Corinne reportedly also put her genitals in DeMario's face and he began licking, but this point is where others disagree with his account. DeMario claims he was not able to engage in intercourse because of the alcohol.
The day after, everything was fine and DeMario and Corinne were allegedly still getting along well. But on Tuesday, they were called by the show's executive producer who had received complaint from one of the producers, who said that he/she was "uncomfortable" with their act.
Warner Bros. exec immediately suspended the production and released DeMario and Corrine. The entire cast were released two days later while they're investigating the alleged "misconduct." Some of the contestants were seen at the airport flying out of Puerto Rico Vallarta on Sunday, June 11.