‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Production Halted Over ‘Allegations Of Misconduct’

So much for paradise.

ABC has suspended production on “Bachelor in Paradise” over “allegations of misconduct” that occurred on set in Mexico.

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“We have suspended production and we are conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations,” Warner Bros. said in a statement. “Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action.”

Film writer for the LA Times Amy Kaufman is reporting that a drunk encounter between Corinne and DeMario may be responsible.

According to Kaufman’s sources, the two engaged in a naked hookup that allegedly turned into “soft porn”. A producer for show is reportedly taking action against the production for misconduct over the display.

Kaufman later went on to clarify her above comment, adding that the producer was not suing; however, filing a “third party complaint.”

Many of the show’s stars were spotted at the airport and reportedly knew only that they were being flown to Houston.

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The spin-off show reunites former castoffs of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” in hopes they find love with each other.

Season four of the reality series was expected to premiere on August 8.



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