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Television launching a formal investigation into “allegations of misconduct” on the set.Three days after news of the scandal broke, two contestants at the center of the situation — Corinne Olympios and De Mario Jackson — came forward, saying they are contemplating legal action.Bloom, who doesn’t work with either Jackson or Olympios, believes the reality-TV world would benefit from making sure cast members clearly express consent before any on-screen romance heats up.“That sounds very lawyer-y and unsexy, but I would disagree — I think consent is very sexy,” said Bloom, who represented multiple women against former Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly during his sexual harassment scandal. ”The video is footage of the incident between Olympios and Jackson, given that “Bachelor in Paradise” cameras were rolling the entire time the incident occurred.“I think that would be a good rule for reality shows to adopt — reality shows that profit mightily off of attractive young people getting drunk and hooking up on their shows.”As for whether or not there is a case, Bloom says, “I need to know more facts before I can come to that conclusion, but the video is going to be everything. While neither the network nor the production company has commented on the contents of the video, tabloid reports have alleged the duo was under the influence of alcohol and engaged in sexual activity in a swimming pool, which reportedly caused a producer to speak up, leading to the internal investigation and production shutdown.“This is a complicated situation,” Bloom says.Prominent attorney Lisa Bloom is calling on TV-dating shows to change the rules of consent for casts engaging in sexual behavior on camera in the wake of the “Bachelor in Paradise” controversy.“I think it would be very helpful on these shows to have a course of conduct like a lot of these colleges have, which is there has to be an explicit verbal ‘yes’ to each sexual act,” said Bloom, who is currently working with other stars in the midst of high-profile cases, including Kathy Griffin.

Nobody should ever be encouraging someone to drink past the point of inebriation so that’s on the producers.

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