The spinoff show, which recently began production, features castoffs from “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” trying again for love.
“We have become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ in Mexico,” Warner Bros. said in a statement.
“We have suspended production and we are conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations. Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action.”
Offyou go! The cast of contestants for season four of Bachelor in Paradise at the airport in Mexico, on the way home after the the announcement of production stoppage
At least some of the 16 contestants have already been sent home. According to E! News, production has been suspended “indefinitely.”
An Instagram photo from a fan taken at a Mexican airport showed most of the cast waiting for their flights.
While Warner Bros. wouldn’t confirm details, the Los Angeles Times reported that co-stars DeMario Jackson, recently booted off Rachel Lindsay’s season of “The Bachelorette,” and Corinne Olympios, one of the villains from Nick Viall’s season of “The Bachelor,” got drunk and hooked up on the first day of production.
A producer who saw the “soft-core porn” hookup, which was also caught on film, allegedly did not show up the next day and is now suing the show.
“Bachelor in Paradise,” which before production cancellation, was scheduled to premiere Aug. 8, also features recent castoffs including Raven Gates, Amanda Stanton and Robby Hayes.
Amanda Stanton and Robby Hayes are the most recent castoffs who joined the cast
The fourth season of the Bachelor Nation spinoff will brought together recent rejects primarily from Nick Viall “bachelor” and JoJo Fletcher’s season of “Bachelorette’ to Mexico.
DeMario Jackson, who was just booted by current Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay after his girlfriend showed up, was a sho-in for the cast as was Amanda Stanton, who recently broke off her engagement to Josh Murray.
Here’s a look at the cast of Bachelor in Paradise season four, which premieres Aug. 8.
Raven Gates and Alexis Waters
Alex Woytkiw and Jasmine B Goode
Corinne Olympios is no stranger to controversy on the reality show. Avid Followers will remember that in Season 21 Nick Viall might have been the star of ABC’s dating reality show, ‘The Bachelor’, but the person who hogged all the limelight for a few weeks near the end was Corinne Olympios, the contestant dubbed as the ‘villain of Season 21’.
After Viall’s hometown date with final four contestant Olympios and the time he spent with the Olympios family in itself quite interesting to watch. Corinne and Viall meeting her at an exclusive shopping mall where she splurged more than $3,000 on new clothes for Viall, which seems to have made ‘The Bachelor’ a bit uncomfortable. They then stopped at a restaurant where Corinne confessed she was in love with him.
The whole unusual turn of events led to people going on social media urging ABC to offer her a separate reality show.
Kristina Schulman and Vinny Ventiera
Viewers have seen Amanda Stanton twice in the reality series as a contestant “The Bachelor” season 20 and recently in “Bachelor in Paradise” season 3.
Ben Zorn was part of “The Bachelorette” season 11