ABC stops Bachelor in Paradise season 4 over misconduct allegations


ABC has halted filming on the upcoming new season of Bachelor in Paradise.

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 Bachelor/ette franchise spinoff Bachelor in Paradise, which is now filming its fourth season in Mexico, has stopped production due to what the production company is calling a "misconduct". We have suspended production, and we are conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations.

Bachelor in Paradise has halted production on the new season, now being shot in Mexico. "Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action".

Blogger Reality Steve (Steve Carbone) posted a photo of numerous show's stars who were snapped by a fan at the airport in Puerto Vallarta, saying the cast was only being told that they're being flown to Houston.

Amy Kaufman from the Los Angeles Times shared some additional Bachelor in Paradise spoilers via Twitter. THR says Carbone also noted that the allegations may have involved Corinne Olympios from a previous Bachelor season and recent Bachelorette castoff DeMario Jackson, neither of whom were present in the airport photo. Will details regarding what allegedly happened between Corinne Olympios, and DeMario Jackson and why it seemingly drove a producer to sue and claim misconduct be revealed? Three couples were engaged last season, though only Carly Waddell and Evan Bass are still set to get married.