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Sources: Bachelor in Paradise star DeMario Jackson indeed raped Corrine

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No may mean no, but,  according to multiple sources on set of the Bachelor in Paradise show — that isn’t quite the case.  On Monday, it emerged that  Warner  Bros had suspended all production of Bachelor in Paradise following sexual assault allegations that surfaced from inside its own set.

This is where it gets murky.  Sources say Corrine “definitely was raped” because she “was silly drunk in the pool and could not consent to the almost forced-like sexual encounter at the hands of DeMario Jackson”.   The same first source, says, Jackson “was the one who initiated things being brought to the pool in an attempt to be in a slightly more concealed area where he could suggestively touch her”.

“Don’t believe Jackson when he says he was too drunk. He knew what he was doing, he, was already naked before the clothes even came off near the pool. He was all too ready, Corrine, was the one who was to drunk to consent.   She didn’t want it, he, wanted it” our sources continued.

Interestingly,   the same two sources also note that “Jackson had been trying to bed Corrine off camera for some time but she wasn’t having it. She wasn’t interested outside of professional reasons and that being for reasons of the show”.  Meanwhile,    Warner Bros has indefinitely suspended production of the show in Mexico pending the outcome of several investigations.

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We’ve also learned that the federales have now intervened in the situation given that police officials “sense a strong case of a probable sexual assault was present”.  Police refused to say whether or not anyone would be arrested.


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By SHK

Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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