Newswire: Bachelor In Paradise lays out a plan for its compromised fourth season

Variety reports that Warner Bros., the studio that produces The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor In Paradise, has finally determined how it’s going to try to handle the latter show’s badly damaged fourth season. According to sources close to production, the series will directly address the June 4 incident between Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson—in which a producer expressed concerns about whether Olympios, who’s said she has no memory of the incident, was too intoxicated to consent to a sexual situation—in some way, although its still not clear how much detail the show will go into in addressing the issue.

More surprising, though, is the news that, while the series won’t use any footage from the night in question, it will still use material shot in the proceeding week of filming. So, despite the fact that Olympios, specifically, has declined offers to return, she …

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