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He did not "personally see the other two." But everything changed three days later when a producer approached Jackson and told him there was an issue.
"He goes, 'Here's what I'm gonna need you to do: I'm going to need you to bow out.
"My team's investigation into this matter has now been completed to my satisfaction," part of the statement read, according to The Wrap. It was very difficult." Jackson added that his father kept him "extrememly strong" and "grounded," but the scandal was too much for his mother to bear.
"While I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to have been a participant to ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ when production resumed, I respectfully made the decision not to return." Olympios added she "never filed complaints or accusations against anyone associated with "Bachelor in Paradise." June 27: Producers institute stricter policies in wake of scandal Producers are implementing new rules during filming of the show to prevent another scandal, TMZ reported. are reportedly requiring contestants to forgo drugs, regardless if they are legal, and have their luggage searched before boarding the plane to Mexico. Contestants who also want to have sex must get permission from producers, according to TMZ. Jackson described the hours before the pool incident and how he felt "nervous" coming to Mexico because of his role as the villain on Rachel Lindsay's season.
Jackson reiterated it was "every man's biggest fear" to be accused of sexual assault and denied reports that he carried a "limp Corinne" out of the pool and "had sex with her." "I know who I am," he said.
"I know I'm not that monster that they're trying to portray on TV." Jackson said he and Olympios haven't spoken "for obvious reasons," but admitted that he wish they did.
So we want to show everybody and then get on with Paradise because there are some wonderful things that are going to be happening.” Harrison said that they "didn't want to just throw away" the week's worth of footage shot before production shut down, and are airing it because "we thought you needed to see that." Harrison said that although he hasn't seen any final shots, viewers will "see more than enough to show you what was happening that led up to the shutdown, within certain taste and values of what we can show on network TV.” July 12: Olympios says she will attend 'Bachelor in Paradise' reunion show Two days after Jackson stated he would attend "Bachelor in Paradise's" reunion show later this summer, Olympios said she would also be in attendance.The reunion aired on Monday during the finale of the season."I do wish we could have communicated, reached out to each other."When something like this happens, it's a little bit of a wake-up call to really make sure we have all the right processes in place. August 3: 'Bachelor in Paradise' to air footage of Olympios and Jackson In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, host Chris Harrison said this season of "Bachelor in Paradise" will include footage of Olympios and Jackson during their time in Mexico during the show's premiere on Aug. “It’s going to be literally dealt with the moment we come on the air,” Harrison says of the show's scandal.“We’ll start talking about it right away and start dealing with it.