'Bachelor in Paradise' suspended after allegations of misconduct

"We have become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of "Bachelor in Paradise" in Mexico", the statement read. While Reality Steve didn't share specifics about the supposed misconduct, he said that many could get a general idea by thinking about what Bachelor in Paradise revolves around: cameras, sex, and drinking.

Details are pretty scarce at this point, but The Hollywood Reporter says that production on the new season of ABC's Bachelor In Paradise was abruptly halted over the weekend, with Warner Bros. releasing a statement that says there have been "allegations of misconduct" on the set in Mexico.

Bachelor in Paradise has halted production on the new season, now being shot in Mexico. It's scheduled to return August 8th, although there is no word on if that might change. They've said they will also take appropriate action upon completing the investigation.

"Bachelor Nation" fans have been looking forward to Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise this fall and many familiar faces have been in Mexico over the past couple of weeks filming. The show recently began filming, but ABC announced they'd halted production on Sunday. Rumors have started that the incident was between Corinne Olympios, the infamous villain from Nick Viall's season, and DeMario Jackson, the infamous idiot who joined the cast of this season of the Bachelorette while he had a girlfriend. Last year's cycle ended with three engagements, though only one couple (Carly Waddell and Evan Bass) is still set to walk down the aisle.

The whole cast - except Olympios and Jackson.

  • Zachary Reyes