Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson may have been spending a lot of time together lately, but she has once again stressed that they are not dating.

Olympios and Jackson first made headlines due to their controversial "Bachelor in Paradise" sex scandal, which had prompted ABC to suspend the production of the reality show. The viewers and fans were divided when Olympios claimed that she was drunk when they had sex and felt that Jackson took advantage of her. A number defended Jackson, and Olympios later apologized and claimed she never blamed him for the incident. The two have since reconciled and have been catching up with each other over the past few weeks.

On Tuesday, photos of Jackson and Olympios holding hands at Disneyland made rounds online. When asked about their relationship, the reality star said (via Entertainment Tonight), "Damned if we do, damned if we don't."

Olympios added that their relationship is not romantic and that they are more like brother and sister. "DeMario and I are close friends. We are not dating," the "Bachelor" alum said. "We were hanging out with a group at Disneyland, and I have no problem holding hands with any of my friends. Since things with 'Bachelor in Paradise' wound down, DeMario and I talk almost every day. We both know neither of us made the complaint that started everything, so why wouldn't we be friends? We've been able to move forward and he's like a brother to me."

Prior to their Disneyland trip, Olympios and Jackson were spotted at TAO in Hollywood enjoying dinner together. At the time, they were also asked about their relationship status, and Olympios had stressed that they are platonic. "We're just friends," she said.

Olympios is currently single after her ex-boyfriend, Jordan Gielchinsky, who initially chose to stick with her following the "Bachelor in Paradise" scandal, decided to move on from their romance. It seemed that she was not brokenhearted following their split because over the Labor Day weekend, she was spotted kissing and cuddling a mystery man.

Additionally, the ABC star said that she felt relieved that she is free from any commitments. "It feels good...I don't have to answer to nobody," Olympios told ET about being single. "I'm having a great time finally, and it was just such a relief. I feel like I haven't had that in a really long time, the freedom to have fun with friends and also to feel OK about being out with DeMario."

When asked if there is a chance that she and Jackson will continue the fling they started on "Bachelor in Paradise," Olympios was unsure. "I mean, he's a good-looking guy, but I don't know if that will ever turn into anything. We're just friends. We're just moving on past the drama," she said.