Newswire: Leaked Bachelor In Paradise contract reveals how much power reality producers have

Production on Bachelor In Paradise resumed after parent company Warner Bros. recently determined that the alleged sexual misconduct never took place. Apparently, the studio reviewed tape of the incident in question, which took place between contestants DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios, and found that it doesn’t support “any charge of misconduct by a cast member,” nor does it show “that the safety of any cast member was ever in jeopardy.” When news of the alleged sexual misconduct first arose, it indicated that the tape showed Olympios was too intoxicated to give consent. Before Warner Bros. released the results of its internal investigation, Olympios had retained legal counsel and issued a statement on the incident.

Both the incident and Warner Bros.’ handling of it have raised plenty of questions about filming a reality series and just how much control producers have over the cast. The answer to the latter is …

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