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'Bachelor in Paradise' Contestants Look Upbeat After Being Sent Home Amid Controversy: Pics

by Antoinette Bueno 10:29 AM PDT, June 12, 2017
Playing 'Bachelor in Paradise' Contestants Look Upbeat After Being Sent Home Amid Controversy: Pics

Although season four of Bachelor in Paradise has been abruptly suspended amid "allegations of misconduct," it appears the contestants don't seem too upset that they've been sent home.

Members of the cast haven't been shy on social media since the news broke on Sunday, posting pics on their Instagram stories of them leaving Puerto Vallarta alongside their fellow contestants. Interestingly enough, the moods seem overwhelmingly upbeat.

Check out Jasmine Goode, Jack Stone, Alexis Waters, Astrid Loch and Iggy Rodriguez's smiling snaps.

WATCH: EXCLUSIVE -- 'Bachelor in Paradise' Is 'Probably Done' for Good After 'Allegations of Misconduct'

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And look at this happy group photo with a fan at the airport.

Although some reports claimed the cast was flying to Houston, Texas, together, it appears they've actually all been sent home to their respective hometowns. Nick Benvenutti, who was originally on Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher's season, posted a snap with an enviable view, writing "home sweet home."

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A source close to the Bachelor in Paradise cast told ET on Sunday that an incident involving DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios led to the abrupt cancellation of the season. The source said that the pair got hot and heavy by the pool after the cast had been "drinking all day," and that a "third party" felt uncomfortable, claiming misconduct in the workplace.

WATCH: EXCLUSIVE: Why 'Bachelor in Paradise' Shut Down After Incident Between DeMario Jackson & Corinne Olympios 

On Monday, another source close to Bachelor in Paradise told ET that while on set that day, "[Corinne] was out of it."

"The show will probably be done. Like, for good," the source added of Bachelor in Paradise returning to TV. "If a producer witnesses that and it's on camera, she or he has to report it, which is why this is happening."

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