‘Bachelor In Paradise’ canceled? Amanda Stanton home, filming halted due to misconduct in Mexico


One week after filming for Bachelor in Paradise got underway in Mexico, production has been halted due to allegations of misconduct.

There’s trouble on the set of Bachelor in Paradise. The ABC reality show started filming last week in Mexico and cameras have stopped rolling due to reports of misconduct among one or more contestants. While details are sketchy at this point, one of the contestants, Amanda Stanton returned home just a few days after she started taping her second season.

UPDATE: Find the latest info on the Paradise cancelation in the link below.

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Did Amanda, who recently broke up with BIP 3 contestant Josh Murray, go home early due to something that happened in Paradise? Anyone who watches the show knows that there’s an excess of alcohol and random hookups between the 30-or-so contestants who head to Mexico to find love (or drama). Here’s what we know so far.

TMZ reports that filming for the upcoming season has been halted “indefinitely.” Exactly what happened in Mexico has not been revealed yet, but it won’t be long ’til we find out.

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The initial cast for the show arrive in Sayulita, Mexico last weekend. ABC released the names of the initial cast members who were to appear on the August 8 season premiere.

Next week, filming for former BIP stars Evan Bass and Carly Waddell‘s wedding was scheduled, so who knows what will happen with that.

“Warner Bros. execs for the show said Sunday that they had been alerted to some sort of misconduct on the set of ‘BIP,’ TMZ reports. And that’s it.

Could be anything from a drunken brawl to an attack on a contestant.

We’re not sure if Amanda was involved, but she’s made it very clear on social media that she arrived home just a few days after filming started.

The guys and girls who were scheduled to arrived in Mexico last week include DeMario Jackson, Corinne Olympios, Danielle Maltby, Alexis Waters, Jasmine Good, Kristina Schulman, Lacey Mark, Raven Gates, Taylor Nolan, Alex Woytkiw, Derek Peth, Nick Benvenutti, Robby Hayes, Vinny Ventiera,  Amanda Stanton, and Ben Zorn.

It’s a wait-and-see situation right now. We’re really looking forward to watching Bachelor in Paradise Season 4, so let’s hope filming will continue when the issue is resolved.

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