Bachelor in Paradise Has Ceased Production Due to 'Misconduct' Allegations


The Bachelor/ette franchise spinoff Bachelor in Paradise, which is now filming its fourth season in Mexico, has stopped production due to what the production company is calling a "misconduct". "Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action". The delay could upset the delicate cycle of Bachelor to Bachelorette to Bachelor In Paradise seasons.

The summer series features previous contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette who are isolated at an exotic resort in hopes of finding love.

The cast of Bachelor In Paradise Season 4 was recently announced, getting fans hyped to see their favorite and not-so-favorite Bachelor contestants hit the beach and the bar.

Originally, the new season was scheduled to premiere on Tuesday, August 8.

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No other details about the alleged misconduct were available. Here we go: "On the first day of production, Sunday, DeMario and Corinne got extremely drunk, per my source", writes Kaufman. While sources claims that the two did not have sex, the encounter was called "very raunchy", by Amy's sources. They proceeded to the pool, where they got naked. A producer who witnessed the hook-up was apparently uncomfortable with what they saw, and is now suing the production for misconduct.

Update: Kaufman added another tweet indicating that she has been told that the producer's complaint is a "third party complaint". In the past we've seen situations where events were teetering on that line, but something serious had to have happened for the show to actually stop production rather than allowing it to continue.