Bachelor in Paradise: Corinne Doesn't Blame DeMario, Can't Remember That Fateful Night

"I honestly don't feel like he did anything wrong", she responded when Chris asked her.

As previously reported, Warner Bros. temporarily suspended production on the popular spinoff series in June after a producer filed an allegation of sexual misconduct on set between the fashion designer and Jackson. "Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action".

"In Corinne's statement, she referred to herself as a victim, " Harrison said.

"I would want to tell him, listen like, I respect you as a human, I have nothing against you, I'm so sorry you had to go through this", she said.

"The first day, unfortunately, I don't remember much of", she admitted to Harrison. "I just think, again, it was an unfortunate and annoying situation that had to go down and it really sucks". "You're just looking at them and it's like, 'I'm not what you're thinking right now'". The combination, she said, impaired her judgment.

The reality star said that she has since seen some of the footage from the incident but said that she doesn't recognize herself in the clip, saying that she felt like she was "watching someone else". "I was, like, in shock".

Corinne Olympios finally broke her silence about Bachelor in Paradise's sexual assault investigation.

Corinne Olympios arrives at the Los Angeles Premiere of "Unforgettable", April 18, 2017, in Hollywood, Calif.

Though Olympios does take responsibility for drinking excessivelyon the day of the alleged incident, she explains that the addition of an undisclosed medication led to her losing awareness.

"It can look like you're totally present and totally there and your mind is not anywhere near", Olympios said. "All of a sudden, people became an expert on the situation on what happened and it's like, 'Well, I'm still trying to figure out exactly what happened.' It was just awful to deal with". "She straddled me, like put her...literally smack dab right there", putting his hand on his face.

Meanwhile, Jackson spoke to E!

"I wish him well". This is hot. This is very.

"I do have a [reality] show in the works, and I'm also working on a scripted show with one of my favorite producers", she said.

Earlier Tuesday, Olympios sat for her first live interview on "Good Morning America, " where co-anchor Amy Robach asked her the same query that Harrison posed to the cast. I never pointed fingers at DeMario, I never said a bad word about DeMario, ' she said. How come she didn't come out months ago and say all this instead of this back-and-forth that went on between Team Olympios and Team Jackson? There's no bad blood there.

"I do wish we could have [talked]".

For Warner Bros.'s part, despite not pursing any legal action, there will be changes made to the show's policies and procedures "to enhance and further ensure the safety and security of all participates", according to its June statement.

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