‘Bachelor in Paradise’ producer files lawsuit after Corinne and Demario strip down with cameras rolling [report]


A Bachelor in Paradise producer has reportedly sued production after witnessing ‘soft core porn’ being taped on set.

If you’re looking forward to the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise, forget about it. All signs point to ABC’s summer reality show being canceled, thanks to some drunken behavior by DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios. As if we didn’t see this one coming.

The cast has been spotted leaving Mexico, so it looks like Evan and Carly’s wedding is not happening. And no potential love stories for any of the 30-or-so cast members cast for the Bachelor spinoff. Here’s the latest, including some interesting scoop about a producer who is reportedly suing the show’s production team for allowing some X-Rated stuff to get filmed.

Corinne and DeMario’s drunken party for two

On Sunday, LA Times writer Amy Kaufman gave Paradise fans the latest information about what went down in Mexico. Tweet by tweet, the information she released sounded an awful lot like a script from TV drama. But apparently, it’s the real deal.

The cast is no longer in Mexico, production has stopped, and it looks like our Monday nights will totally suck in August. ABC hasn’t confirmed this, but there’s word that Season 4 has been canceled.

Here’s what happened, according to Amy Kaufman‘s tweets:

“On the first day of production, Sunday, DeMario and Corinne got extremely drunk, per my source. Corinne came up to DeMario at the bar and kissed him. They proceeded to the pool, where they got naked. From this point forward, things turned into soft core porn. They did not have sex. But it was very raunchy. The following day, Monday, a producer who witnessed this hook-up did not show up to work.”

Amy goes on to say that according to her source, the “producer went on to sue the production for misconduct over what she witnessed between DeMario and Corinne. DeMario and Corinne were both shown footage of their hookup during their interviews in the days following their rendezvous. My source was told a producer filed a third party complaint, to clarify my above comment.”

Really?! Every season gets crazier and crazier, but this may be the beginning of the end for Bachelor in Paradise. You would think the show would start limiting the amount of liquor that is on the set, especially after Chad Johnson’s nonsense last season.

Stay tuned – more to come about this rather disappointing news.

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