Former "Bachelor" contestant Corinne Olympios announced Thursday that her ongoing investigation into the alleged "Bachelor in Paradise" misconduct with fellow cast mate DeMario Jackson is over, according to TMZ. Olympios said the work of her legal team was "completed to my satisfaction."

"I felt victimized by the fact that others were judging me through conflicting and unsubstantiated reports, while I myself had no recollection of the events that transpired," Olympios told TMZ. "My team’s investigation into this matter has now been completed to my satisfaction."

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The reality television star's legal team was led by Marty Singer, a top Hollywood lawyer that has resolved issues for several A-list talents like Charlie Sheen and John Travolta.

After Warner Bros. confirmed June 20 their decision to end their examination, claiming to have found no evidence of sexual assault present in the video footage, Olympios revealed that her legal team would continue their own investigation. However, her decision to halt her independent investigation follows a "thorough" look into the alleged incident.  

"My intent over the past few weeks has been to learn and understand what happened on June 4," she added. "While I never filed complaints or accusations against anyone associated with 'Bachelor in Paradise,' my team and I felt it was very important to be thorough in getting to the bottom of what had occurred."

Ahead of their alleged scandal, Olympios and Jackson were reportedly paired up to star as villains in the show's fourth season, according to People. A source revealed to the publication Wednesday that the duo was "paired up by producers from the beginning as the villains and he was supposed to be the one who eventually 'turns good.'"

"He [Jackson] admitted they both were very drunk when they hooked up, but she seemed with it," the source continued. "He said he would never take advantage of someone like that and that a lot of people on the show can vouch for that."

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Unbeknownst to Jackson, he would eventually find himself in the middle of a high-profile scandal. In an interview with E! on June 14, he spoke out about the incident, saying, "It's unfortunate that my character and family name has been assassinated this past week with false claims and malicious allegations."

Jackson was vindicated when Warner Bros. confirmed to CNN on June 20 their decision to conclude their investigation. With this announcement, the production company clarified that they have no intention of releasing the video footage, saying, "Out of respect for the privacy interests of those involved, we do not intend to release the videotape of the incident."

Alongside Olympios' announcement to stop her investigation, she also confirmed Thursday that she does not intend to return to "BIP," according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"I am also happy about the changes that have been made to the production of Bachelor in Paradise,'" Olympios told THR. "While I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to have been a participant on 'The Bachelor,' and while I was invited to return to Bachelor in Paradise when production resumed, I respectfully made the decision not to return."

Jackson beat Olympios to the punch, revealing June 22 that he will also not return to paradise.

As of now, "BIP" has not set a new premiere date for the fourth season. However, Entertainment Weekly reported Wednesday that the show will address the alleged misconduct that halted production.  

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