Although many people associate her with the time she found herself in the middle of a sexual assault allegation on “Bachelor In Paradise” with Demario Jackson, 31-year-old Corinne Olympios has ended her time with the franchise.
The former reality television star is continuing to move on with her life and has been focusing on her social media and her company, Aura Sugar Co.
The 31-year-old looks stunning in her colorful corset, complete with blue, purple, and red flowers and yellow and green leaves. Her chest is on full display as she poses for the camera.
She is wearing not one, but two necklaces as her long blond hair is curled and falling over her shoulders.
“Angel face 😇🍰✨,” she captioned the post.
Olympios turned comments back on for the post, however, it did not last long as within a few hours, the comments are gone. It is unclear as to why Olympios has been turning off her comments on her latest posts.
In another post, the former “Bachelor” star thanked the “hair queen,” Coco of Miami Hair Extensions & Colorist for her latest salon visit.
Olympios is showing off her long blonde hair, which is perfectly straight, as she sits in sweatpants and a t-shirt.
“The hair queen @cocorobco strikes again 🏼💇🏼♀️,” she captioned the photo which gained hundreds of likes, however, comments are once again turned off on the post.
Corinne Olympios’s “Bachelor In Paradise” Scandal
In 2017, Warner Bros. launched an internal investigation into a sexual encounter between DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios, causing “Bachelor in Paradise” filming to be suspended.
At the time of the incident, Olympios released a statement that read, “I am a victim and have spent the last week trying to make sense of what happened on June 4. Although I have little memory of that night, something bad obviously took place, which I understand is why production on the show has now been suspended and a producer on the show has filed a complaint against the production.”
Olympios Refers To Herself As A Victim
Corinne Olympios referred to herself as a “victim” in the “Bachelor In Paradise” scandal, which resulted in her receiving a lot of backlash.
“At that point in time, I saw myself as a victim of having something this serious happen to you and have the media paint you a certain way that you know you aren’t and having all these people make their judgments and comments and they don’t even know what happened or went on,” she said in another statement.
“That’s what I’m a victim of. I never meant that I was a victim of DeMario. I strongly believe he had no bad intentions at all. It was all good. It was unfortunate that no one really knew how intoxicated I actually was at the time,” she concluded.
Demario Jackson Speaks Out
When the sexual assault incident was ongoing, Jackson spoke to “Bachelor” franchise host Chris Harrison about the incident, saying, “It was difficult because I know who I am. I know I’m not that monster that they’re trying to portray on TV.
He continued, “Like Michelle Obama said, ‘When they go low, you go high.’ It was hard to go high. I had to do it because I train and mentor children and I can’t tell them to be something that I’m not. That’s what kept me going – and great family, friends, school teachers, people at the gym … it was just crazy to see the response from them. My castmates – Alexis, Raven, I think I FaceTimed Taylor every single day. There was so much love. I was extremely humbled.”