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DeMario Jackson Claims Corinne Olympios Was the 'Aggressor' in Their 'Bachelor in Paradise' Encounter

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Following the Warner Bros. announcement that an internal investigation found no evidence of sexual misconduct on Bachelor in Paradise, DeMario Jackson is telling his side of the story—and he's not holding back, claiming that Corinne was the "aggressor" in their sexual encounter.

While Corinne has called herself the "victim" of the alleged misconduct, DeMario tells a different version of events. According to him, the two first met at the bar, where bonding over being labeled as their seasons' villains quickly turned hot and heavy. “I was like, ‘Hell yeah!’ You know, I’m down for it. I’m not gonna…I don’t think any single man—some married ones—wouldn’t turn down Corinne. She’s a beautiful woman!” DeMario said in an E! News interview.

DeMario claimed that as their encounter grew more intense, Corinne suggested they move to the pool, where "she gets up out of the pool and puts her lady parts like right on my face." 

"Things got wild because it was more of like her being like the aggressor," he explained, "which was like sexy because you have like a very attractive girl who’s like telling you like what she wants, it’s like a very like, ‘Wow, okay. This is hot. I like it.'” He also denied allegations that Corinne was too drunk to give consent, insisting she was not slurring her words or stumbling. In fact, he said there was no bad blood between them at all before the investigation started. He told E! News that the next morning, "I gave her a hug. We all went and got breakfast together."

However, since Corinne's legal team is launching their own investigation, it seems this case is far from closed. Though neither Corinne nor DeMario is returning to Mexico for filming, this he said, she said situation might mean more trouble in paradise is still to come.


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