If you were looking forward to your summer Bachelor fix, you can forget about it. Warner Bros. stopped production of Bachelor in Paradise after allegations of sexual misconduct on the set. During the filming of this season, a female constant who was reportedly too intoxicated for consent was involved in sexual activity with DeMario Jackson. A producer claims the production crew allegedly allowed the activity to continue. Warner Bros. is working to investigate the allegations. Bachelor in Paradise sends rejected contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette to a tropical location. Alcohol consumption and hooking up are encouraged on the show.