Corinne Olympios is finally putting an end to the "Bachelor in Paradise" controversy involving her and co-star DeMario Jackson.

Last week, Olympios announced on Twitter that she will be telling her side of the story regarding the sex scandal that reportedly led to the suspension of the "Bachelor in Paradise" Season 4 production. "Everyone: before making your assumptions, watch my interview with @chrisbharrison next week to hear it straight from me #bachelorinpardise," she wrote.

True to her words, the reality star has decided to open up about the scandal during her sit-down interview with "Bachelor in Paradise" host Chris Harrison on Tuesday. During their chat, Olympios revealed that she did not blame Jackson for the incident. In fact, she issued an apology to him, saying she never once said anything negative about him since news of the sex scandal broke.

"I honestly don't feel like he did anything wrong. I really just want people to know that I don't blame DeMario. I never pointed fingers at DeMario. I never said a bad word about DeMario," Olympios said (via E! News).

When Olympios was asked about what she wanted to say to Jackson, she expressed her dismay over what he had to go through and offered an apology. "I would want to tell him, like listen, I respect you as a human. I have nothing against you. I am so sorry you had to go through this. I know exactly what it feels like...and I wish you all the best and I'm sorry," she said.

Olympios' apology comes two months after she claimed to be the victim of the "Bachelor in Paradise" scandal, alleging that Jackson took advantage of her while she was drunk. Many of his pals defended Jackson against her accusation, including his ex-girlfriend, Lexi Thexton. For Thexton, Jackson is like a "30-year-old man child" who parties a lot, but he is not the type who would take advantage of a drunk woman.

"Bachelor in Paradise" star Jasmine Goode, who felt that Olympios ignored her after the scandal, also stood by Jackson. According to her, while she was not taking sides, Goode knew that the allegations against Jackson were not true.

"The reason why I was taking DeMario's — not necessary taking DeMario's side but just wanting to speak out on what was being said about him was because those were lies, like that's not OK," Goode told Us Weekly. "This person's getting trashed. His character's getting trashed. His character’s getting dragged through the mud and none of that stuff is true. So I just wanted people to know that this is not true."

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Corinne Olympios Corinne Olympios has apologized to DeMario Jackson following their "Bachelor in Paradise" scandal.