Bachelor In Paradise Season 4 Stops Production Over ‘Allegations of Misconduct’

“We have become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico”, the studio said in a statement Sunday.Filming on the set of Bachelor in Paradise has been suspended after allegations of sexual misconduct were made, according to a report by TMZ.Production has been suspended until the investigation is completed. Later that fall, Bachelor in Paradise was launched and Harrison – along with the familiar format and exotic destination – returned with it. It says there are “different versions” of what happened and outlines one (it’s fairly graphic; you can read it here). After witnessing the encounter, a producer on the show then filed a third party complaint.”Everyone is just going about their business….producers are everywhere”, a source told ET. Whatever the case may be, it sounds like the future of Bachelor in Paradise is definitely up in the air. Infamous Bachelor spoiler Reality Steve said much the same, tweeting, “Certainly doesn’t look like BIP is happening”.Contestants DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios got a little too hot for the production crew.An insider adds cast members are upset production didn’t step in to prevent the incident from escalating.DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios have contradictory memories of a steamy experience in Mexico.”The cast is basically in the dark about what happened and they are not being told anything”, the insider revealed. She suggested they take it to the swimming pool, where they took their clothes off and began “rubbing, touching and fingering”.And, according to a source who spoke to People magazine, Olympios may have been too drunk to consent to the encounter. They proceeded to the pool, where they got naked. “From I’ve been told, the show has been cancelled”.Production on Bachelor in Paradise came to an abrupt halt this weekend after alleged “misconduct” drove execs to send contestants home less than a week into shooting on the series’ fourth season.