Bachelor in Paradise season four wasn't even 48 hours into filming when it was completely shut down right before the first rose ceremony. But why?
Flashback to the day before, when all the singles first arrived and Corinne and DeMario seemed to vibe right away. During the first night in Paradise, Corinne and DeMario had both been drinking and flirting and jumped into the pool together with their clothes on. The next morning, a couple of the contestants had breakfast together, including Corinne and DeMario, and things seemed fine. But later that night when Paradise was shut down, headlines began popping up, indicating that it was far from it.
Filming was suspended as allegations of misconduct arose. Investigations found no foul play, and the cast was brought back to Mexico, sans Corinne and DeMario. Each party had their chance to sit down with Chris Harrison and tell their side of the story. Neither one of them seemed to have ill feelings toward the other, despite the emotional strain they endured. The two even talked to Chris together, and things seemed like they were going to be OK.
Later, the two were allegedly friendly with each other, as seen on Corinne's sister's Instagram, but Corinne sent a message loud and clear to TMZ after it posted a story about their relationship.