'It was stressful. For me, mostly for my mother. He told interviewer Melanie Bromley his mom was the most hurt, spending every day crying for her son. "What he went through was very hard and he doesn't feel it is in his best interest to go back at this time".
"My dad, he kept me extremely strong and kept me grounded and humble", he adds. Warner Bros. previously stopped production to investigate possible misconduct on the set after complaints from producers and crew members, found no evidence of it, and announced it would resume shooting the series. News in a sneak peek at his upcoming three-part, two-night interview. We take all such allegations seriously.More news: Rainbows, and politics too, at pride parade
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Will you watch Bachelor in Paradise when it returns? The cast was sent home from Mexico and an investigation was launched. Now, with cast members returning to Mexico to resume production, Jackson is sitting down with E! Following an internal investigation done by the show, contestants are back to their televised love lives, albeit with new procedures accompanying the competition. The investigation was closed last week, with Warner Bros. releasing a statement that said a videotape of the incident "does not support any charge of misconduct by a cast member", nor "that the safety of any cast member was ever in jeopardy". On the other hand, friends have met Corinne Olympios in The Bachelor Season 21.
Although Warner Bros. concluded their investigation, citing no evidence of sexual assault on the set, DeMario's made a decision to remove himself from the franchise. "It was not shut down due to any complaint filed by Corinne against anyone", he said, according to E!
They went on to say that they would be conducting their own investigation regarding the allegations with the help of new witnesses.