Bachelor in Paradise Suspends Production After Allegations of Misconduct

  • Bachelor in Paradise Suspends Production After Allegations of Misconduct

Bachelor in Paradise Suspends Production After Allegations of Misconduct

Warner Bros. execs for the show said Sunday that they had been alerted to some sort of misconduct on the set of "BiP", which is now shooting in Mexico. While Reality Steve didn't share specifics about the supposed misconduct, he said that many could get a general idea by thinking about what Bachelor in Paradise revolves around: cameras, sex, and drinking.

Bachelor in Paradise season 4 has come to a crashing halt as ABC suspended production on the show Sunday in the wake of allegations of misconduct involving two of the Bachelor spin-off's villains. The studio adds that it is "conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations", and it will "take appropriate responsive action" once the investigation has concluded.

The cast for the current season was announced last week.

Bachelor In Paradise is a spin-off of the main Bachelor series, and its new season is set to premiere on August 8.

Their suspicions were confirmed when a fan posted a photo on Instagram that showed several Bachelor in Paradise castmates posing with fans at Puerto Vallarta airport on Sunday.

Amy Kaufman from the Los Angeles Times shared some additional Bachelor in Paradise spoilers via Twitter.

Next week, filming for former BIP stars Evan Bass and Carly Waddell's wedding was scheduled, so who knows what will happen with that. An earlier tweet had also noted that in the days after the pool hook-up, both Corinne and DeMario were shown video of their interlude, a tidbit that definitely makes some pause. No other details about the alleged incident were available.