“Bachelor In Paradise” will be forever changed following a scandal on the Season 4 set. While Warner Bros. found no evidence to support cast member Corinne Olympios’ claims she was sexually assaulted by co-star DeMario Jackson, questions have been raised about the role alcohol plays on the show and the cast’s ability to consent while under the influence.

Producers aren’t risking another potential scandal on the “Bachelor In Paradise” set as filming resumes. According to TMZ, a move has been made to have food available to the cast, who spend a lot of their time on set drinking, in the hopes that it’ll help keep the cast from getting too intoxicated. They’ve also set a two drink per hour limit and will be keeping tabs on the “Bachelor In Paradise” cast.

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News of the new rules on set rolled out on the heels of Jackson’s first interview. The former “Bachelorette” Season 13 star sat down with E!’s Melanie Bromley for a chat during which he shared his account of the events that lead to the production halt. Recalling what he hailed as “one of the wildest nights of my entire life,” Jackson shared details about what happened.

“Our first real conversation was at the bar,” he said. “We were hanging out. We kind of were just complimenting each other on being villains. I was like, ‘Look, I’ve accepted this role.’ We were kind of just laughing, like, ‘Oh, we’re about to dominate ‘Paradise!’ Like homie stuff, like really, really like friends. And then, you know, we started having a little bit more fun..and had a few drinks.”

He went on to say, “From the bar scene, it got a little hot and heavy. She got in my arms, and we started making out at the bar.”

Jackson, like others who have spoken out about the “Bachelor In Paradise” scandal, maintained that Olympios did not seem drunk during the encounter. He claimed she pushed him to get in the pool with her. Jackson reiterated an idea initially perpetuated by “Bachelorette” co-star Will Gaskins — that he was accused because of his race.

“She’s like, ‘Let’s go to the pool, let’s go hang out,’” he claimed. “It’s crazy because when you’re a man — mostly African American man — no matter where you’re at, you always look for things that can help you out. And at that moment, I made sure cameras followed us. It just seemed too perfect in a sense for me, and at the point, that’s when my spidey senses got up.”

Previous clips from Jackson’s interview were released on Monday. In the previews, the “Bachelor In Paradise” star broke down into tears while speaking about the fallout he and his family experienced because of the scandal. Jackson claimed his mother was the most heartbroken by the situation.

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The interview came out amid reports that Jackson was seeking answers from Olympios about her allegations. Sources told TMZ he wasn’t planning to approach her, but was willing to speak with her if she wanted to do so. The site reported that he’s not angry, but he was “blindsided and confused” by the claims made against him.

“Bachelor In Paradise” is set to return to ABC on Tuesdays in August.

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