Frankly, I have no idea if she was taking anything - it's totally her word. "I definitely over-drank. I did". "I definitely over-drank. I was also on some medication that you're not supposed to drink on, which I didn't know". "There is no way for you guys to know, like, 'She's mentally checked out".
Harrison asked Corinne straight up if she felt Demario did anything wrong, and she said no, adding "it was just an unfortunate, annoying situation that went down and it really sucks". "It was like I went, like, under anesthesia and then just, like, woke up".
"I was really a victim of the media", Olympios said. And, obviously, I watched the first episode....
Now, she has shifted blame from Jackson to the media. "I would hope that if a producer, you know, saw anything that they were uncomfortable with anyone, they would do the proper investigations." she said, "I'm super thankful". All of a sudden people became an expert on the situation and what happened, and it's like, "Well, I'm still trying to figure out what happened". It was really just, like, a time for family.
Corinne Olympios opened up about the alleged incident that took place between her and DeMario Jackson on Bachelor in Paradise, saying she has no recollection of what happened after she unintentionally blacked out from a combination of alcohol and medication.
She added to People magazine, in online excerpts posted Tuesday from an interview in the upcoming issue, "I never meant that I was a victim of DeMario". The implication early on was that he had taken advantage of her.
The day after their encounter, Olympios echoed Jackson's description of their interactions, calling them "normal".
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"I get out of the pool, and I have my legs in the pool, and I'm just hanging out..." Ahead of this, however, she gave an interview with Good Morning America to offer a little more insight into the incident, which dominated the news cycle all summer. I know exactly how he feels. "I'm like, 'Oh s-t!'"
Olympios, who said she's been weaning off of her medication, shared that she'd seen some clips of the show since the scandal and admitted that it was shocking.
"I definitely, um, I am weening off that medication". "I would want to tell him, listen, I respect you as a human".
Olympios apparently has two new projects lined up, according to reports.
Jackson had a sit-down with Harrison of his own last week, and tearfully said that the accusation of sexual assault was "every man's biggest fear".
Last week, Olympios announced on Twitter that she will be telling her side of the story regarding the sex scandal that reportedly led to the suspension of the "Bachelor in Paradise" Season 4 production.
"Tickle Monster" Jonathan got a date card as well, and wasted no time planting one on Christen and whisking her away for a romantic meal.
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