'Bachelor in Paradise' Halts Production Over Alleged 'Misconduct'. Which Contestants Are in Trouble?
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Filming of the fourth season is abruptly halted as the production company is conducting investigation over allegations of sexual 'misconduct' between contestants.

AceShowbiz - "Bachelor in Paradise" has suspended production of its fourth season in Mexico. The production company announced the indefinite suspension after an incident of sexual "misconduct" allegedly took place on the set.

"We have become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of 'Bachelor in Paradise' in Mexico," Warner Bros. said in a statement. "We have suspended production and we are conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations. Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action."

Some of the cast were spotted at the airport flying out of Puerto Rico Vallarta on Sunday, June 11. This year's lineup includes Corinne Olympios of "The Bachelor" season 21, Amanda Stanton of "The Bachelor" season 20, DeMario Jackson of "The Bachelorette" season 13, Jasmine Goode of "The Bachelor" season 21, and Vinny Ventiera of "The Bachelorette" season 12.

There's no information about the alleged misconduct that happened on the set, but Reality Steve tweeted that the whole situation had caused the production to be canceled. "From I've been told, the show has been cancelled. They're done. Everyone's being sent home." He also wrote, "DeMario [Jackson] & Corinne [Olympios] are the contestants in question."

He added, "I'm not at liberty to throw accusations out. But yeah, drinking, sex, cameras, etc. You get the picture."

Before the suspension, the new season of "Bachelor in Paradise" was set to premiere on August 8. There's no word on how and whether the suspension will affect the premiere date.

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