On Tuesday night's Bachelor in Paradise, host Chris Harrison interrupted your scheduled programming of drunken spit and bed swapping for A Very Special Sit-Down with Corinne Olympios, one of the subjects of the sexual misconduct investigation that almost shutdown the series earlier this summer. "I was also on some medication that you're not supposed to drink on that I didn't know ... it's not a good combination". I definitely over-drank ... I never pointed fingers at DeMario, I never said a bad word about DeMario, ' she said. Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson engaged in a sexual encounter at the swimming pool while they were filming. However, she officially cleared her fellow contestant from the scandal and said that he did nothing wrong.
"Before I even had a chance to gather my thoughts and collect myself and talk to him or talk to anybody, he kind of just went for it and was so on the defense", she said of Jackson "running" to the media initially.
"I'm really happy that this is finally coming to an end", she adds. On Tuesday night, Corinne talked to host Chris Harrison about her experience on the show. "I would hope that if a producer, you know, saw anything that they were uncomfortable with anyone, they would do the proper investigations." she said, "I'm super thankful".
If this question was deemed important enough to ask her cast members, who just offered pure speculation, why not ask Olympios directly?
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"There's no way for you guys to know that [I] was mentally checked out, like, 'Corinne's not here right now, ' which is beyond scary". "That Corinne is not here right now". That, however, was the most negative thing she said about him-and she too reserved scorn for the same target that Bachelor in Paradise has made a decision to aim at.
Olympios said she does not blame the show's producers for the media firestorm that had ensued after the scandal.
"I wish him well. I can't help but feel like maybe he felt like I thought he did something to me".
Throughout the season, Bachelor in Paradise has tried to have its cake and eat it, too. Warner Bros., the distribution company for the show, briefly shut down the production to investigate the incident but resumed it after they found out that the show wasn't at fault.
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Last week, Jackson had a similar opportunity and opened up to Harrison about his struggles post-scandal. The issue grew even more complicated when Olympios released a statement referring to herself as a victim. "I was really a victim of the media".
"I was nearly a little bit nervous to talk to [DeMario], because he did run to the media and I didn't want to add fuel to the fire", she said.
Jackson had a sit-down with Harrison of his own last week, and tearfully said that the accusation of sexual assault was "every man's biggest fear".
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