Reality star Corinne Olympios was spotted for the first time since DeMario Jackson detailed their sexual encounter in a television interview.
On Tuesday, Olympios was spotted heading back to her Los Angeles apartment after walking her dog with a friend. When the photogs asked for her response to the new “Bachelor in Paradise” rule limiting to two drinks per hour, she stayed mum and continued chatting on the phone. Just over two weeks ago , it was reported that Corinne and DeMario had engaged in sex acts while intoxicated.
Along with the new drinking rule, TMZ reports that “Bachelor in Paradise” contestants must ask for permission from producers before having sex with each other, and must hand over all drugs. If contestants violate the sex rule, producers are allowed to stop them — even if they are in the middle of sexual activity.
“Bachelor in Paradise” has resumed shooting in Mexico, with contestants flying in over the weekend. Before filming, the contestants reportedly attended a two-hour meeting with lawyers and producers, who went over the new rules.
Earlier this month, a Warner Bros. investigation concluded there was no sexual assault after allegations of “misconduct."