Corinne Olympios is busy with new TV projects these days.

Following her scandal with DeMario Jackson on the set of "Bachelor in Paradise," Olympios has opened up about her plans for the future during the U .S. launch party for Showpo, at Hollywood's NeueHouse on Thursday, Aug. 24. She revealed that she has two new TV projects lined up that are already in the works. "I do have a [reality] show in the works, and I'm also working on a scripted show with one of my favorite producers," Olympios told The Hollywood Reporter.

Olympios added that she will be starring in both shows. However, reality star declined to comment further about her new TV shows and instead said that she would reveal more details about them in her sit-down interview with "Bachelor" host Chris Harrison, which will be aired on Tuesday.

The launch party marked Olympios' first public appearance since leaving the Sayulita, Mexico set of "Bachelor in Paradise" Season 4. Showpo CEO Jane Lu was proud that the ABC star was able to attend the party. "We're really lucky that we got her," Lu said of Olympios. "Her team tells us that the brand aligns with her personal brand well."

In related news, Olympios announced on Twitter that she will be telling her side of the story regarding the "Bachelor in Paradise" scandal with Jackson during her upcoming interview with Harrison. "Everyone: before making your assumptions, watch my interview with @chrisbharrison next week to hear it straight from me #bachelorinpardise," she wrote.

Some reacted negatively to Olympios' post, accusing her of playing victim at the height of the sex scandal in June. One follower said that she was a "consenting adult," implying that they did not believe her accusation of sexual assault against Jackson. Another Twitter user named Shannon commented, "White privilege at its finest."

In June, Harrison teased that fans will get answers about the controversy surrounding the suspension of "Bachelor in Paradise." "All will be explained. Trust me," the host told Entertainment Tonight. "Have I left you guys hanging before in 16 years? No."

"All will be explained and I really do mean that. I need people to understand this was not a black-and-white, cut-and-dry issue. It's really -- there's a lot of layers to it. It was very confusing. I went through it and it was confusing. So, trust me. It needs to all play out," he added.

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