'Bachelor in Paradise' episode 6 recap: Corinne Olympios interview by Chris Harrison

'Bachelor in Paradise' episode 6 recap: Corinne Olympios interview by Chris Harrison

"I drank too much, but I was also on a medication that severely blacks you out, impairs your judgement", she said.

"I was a victim of, you know, just being blown into the media and having people make these insane assumptions and judgments about what happened that day". It's just an unfortunate, annoying situation that had to go down. I am so sorry you had to go through this.

As we previously stated, we recently became aware of allegations regarding an incident on the set of Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico. I was a victim of not really knowing what happened at the time.

Olympios didn't elaborate on what the cryptic medication was, other than to say she started taking it after her appearance on Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor. Before she had a chance to collect her thoughts, he was out there and "so on the defensive", she said. I know exactly what it feels like.

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Olympios was invovled in an incident in June with fellow contestant DeMario Jackson.

It's true that the show has exhaustively covered the scandal, culminating Tuesday night in an interview with Corinne Olympios.

While Warner Bros. was conducting an investigation into the events that transpired at Playa Escondida in Mexico, Corinne called herself a traumatized "victim" through a press statement, which prompted speculation DeMario had sexually assaulted Corinne. "The media wants to paint you a certain way that you know you're just not", Olympios told Harrison in the interview, adding how embarrassed she felt about even going grocery shopping and seeing her face plastered all over the tabloids.

"Obviously hindsight is 20/20", she said, "and I wish it could have been handled differently". This is hot. This is very. I never said a bad word about DeMario.

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On Tuesday night's Bachelor in Paradise, host Chris Harrison interrupted your scheduled programming of drunken spit and bed swapping for A Very Special Sit-Down with Corinne Olympios, one of the subjects of the sexual misconduct investigation that almost shutdown the series earlier this summer.

"I do have a [reality] show in the works, and I'm also working on a scripted show with one of my favorite producers", she said. And she says, she doesn't blame DeMario Jackson, at all. There's no bad blood there. "I wish him absolute best".

For Warner Bros.'s part, despite not pursing any legal action, there will be changes made to the show's policies and procedures "to enhance and further ensure the safety and security of all participates", according to its June statement.

Find out what happens next, when Bachelor in Paradise returns next Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Olympios told Harrison that she was in fact "blacked out" during her time with Jackson, but cast and crew failed to notice that she was acting differently because, as she put it, she was known as the "fun" one when she initially appeared on "The Bachelor".

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