Warner Bros. has concluded their investigation into the situation that unfolded on the “Bachelor In Paradise” Season 4 set. Star Corinne Olympios claimed she was sexually assaulted by co-star DeMario Jackson, but conflicting reports continue to surface.

On Tuesday, TMZ reported that Warner Bros. found that Olympios was “fully engaged” during her encounter with Jackson. They’ve decided to look no further into the situation. According to the publication, they’ve found no evidence to validate Olympios’ sexual assault claims.

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New details continue to emerge about the scandal that allegedly occurred on the set of “Bachelor In Paradise.” While Olympios maintains that she was the victim of sexual assault, some of her co-stars aren’t so convinced.

Jasmine Goode has repeatedly spoken out, refuting Olympios’ claims as they make headlines. Now Raven Gates, another former “Bachelor” Season 21 contestant appearing on Season 4 of “Bachelor In Paradise” with Olympios, is getting in on the action. LA Times writer Amy Kaufman took screenshots of Goode and Gates replying to a Hollywood Life tweet about the situation.

Goode claimed the story, which alleged that Olympios sustained “multiple bruises” and a “busted knee” during the incident, was “not true at all.” She added that she was with her “Bachelor” Season 21 co-star when she scraped her knee and also got injured. Goode blamed their injuries on “#rocks.”

Gates chimed in, adding that Goode and Olympios were treated by medics. Goode noted that “Bachelor In Paradise” staff “insisted” they be treated for their scrapes, to which Gates replied, “Because they ALWAYS are concerned for our safety and well being. #facts.” The exchange prompted Bachelor Nation fans to get involved, urging Goode and Gates to stand by Olympios as the investigation continues.

“We stood by her the whole night,” Gates tweeted.

Olympios’ co-stars aren’t the only ones refuting the “Bachelor In Paradise” sexual assault claims. DeMario Jackson, the “Bachelorette” Season 13 star accused of performing a non-consensual sexual act with Olympios, also denies the allegations. In a statement to People, his attorney, Walter Mosley, assured the public that the tapes would set the record straight.

“The tapes will show that everyone, all of the participants of the ‘Bachelor,’ everyone was consenting to what was going on,” he said. “And certainly his interacting with Corinne was a consensual interaction.”

He went on to say that the investigation into the events that unfolded on the “Bachelor In Paradise” Season 4 set, which led to the halting of production, was not “criminal.” Mosley told People that if it got to that, there are several people working for ABC and Warner Bros. who should be targeted. He accused them of “aiding and abetting.”

Jackson’s lawyer’s statement was released on the heels of allegations that Olympios had lied about how drunk she was when the incident occurred. TMZ initially reported that Olympios drank half a bottle of champagne in the car while driving to a bar where she consumed more alcohol. She alleged that because of her level of intoxication, she “did a faceplant in the Jacuzzi” before being “dragged and laying on the ground.”

Sources who’ve seen video footage from the “Bachelor In Paradise” set disagree. TMZ reported that Olympios was “clearly with it” during her encounter with Jackson. If the former “Bachelor” star was intoxicated at the time, she was unable to provide proper consent to engage in sexual activity.

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As claims surfaced that Olympios was not as intoxicated as initially reported, Goode spoke for the first time. She denied Olympios’ account of the events that unfolded on the “Bachelor In Paradise” set, claiming that her co-star made moves on other co-stars before pursuing Jackson. She claimed that producers stepped in to stop Olympios’ drinking, which didn’t sit right with her.

“Corinne forced herself on three male cast members, when they were unable to consent, in addition to engaging with DeMario,” Jasmine said. “After the incident everything seemed fine. There was no mention about being hurt. However, when producers tried to cut her off from drinking, she got upset and said, ‘Watch, watch what I’m gonna do.’”

Filming on “Bachelor In Paradise” will reportedly resume in the same location. The show will air Season 4 this summer. It’s unclear whether Olympios and Jackson will participate.

BIP Warner Bros. has reportedly found no evidence of sexual assault on the set of “Bachelor In Paradise.”