Newswire: Bachelor In Paradise to resume production after studio finds no misconduct

Earlier this month, production was shut down on the ABC reality spin-off Bachelor In Paradise over initially unnamed “allegations of misconduct.” Over the next few days, details of said allegations emerged, namely that a sexual encounter reportedly occurred between two contestants in which crew members failed to intervene, even though one of them appeared unable to consent. In the aftermath, a producer filed a complaint to the studio, an investigation into the incident was launched, and both contestants involved—one of whom hired an attorneyissued statements.

Now, parent company Warner Bros. has apparently completed its internal investigation, and after reviewing tape of the incident—yep, this is all on tape, how creepy is that?—it has concluded that no misconduct occurred. Production on the show will resume shortly in Mexico, with a new set of rules and regulations. Here’s the full text of Warner Bros.’ statement, as printed …

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