Jackson’s encounter with fellow Bachelor in Paradise contestant Corinne Olympios in early June led to the production of the summer TV hit being shut down while an investigation was conducted into possible sexual misconduct.
The cast and crew were sent home from the beach location in Mexico only to be recalled several days later to resume filming. Warner Bros. Television, which produces the show, concluded nearly two weeks later that no misconduct took place.
Jackson, 30, and Olympios, 24, did not return to the set but were interviewed after the fact and will appear in separately taped segments to help producers explain to viewers what happened on the show. As Us Weekly previously reported, the pair did not have any interactions when the interviews were taped with host Chris Harrison.
While some footage of the pair heading towards a swimming pool was shown in a trailer that aired during the Bachelorette finale on Monday, August 7, producers have made the decision to not screen footage of the pair’s much-talked-about encounter in a hot tub.Read more at USMagazine