On Sunday night, a Twitter user asked Jackson about the reports surfacing about the alleged incident. "ALT FACTS," he tweeted back.
"The show will probably be done. Like, for good," a source told ET of Bachelor in Paradise ever 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."
Tanner Tolbert, who met wife Jade on the show, defended the series in an Instagram post. "I feel bad for everyone involved... cast and crew... and that people are not going to be able to enjoy an experience that meant so much to us," he captioned a cute photo of himself with Jade.
Chad Johnson, who's often been hailed as a villain on Bachelor shows, also responded to the news. "I'm excited for The Bachelor in Pornadise," he tweeted. "TV Shows I've been on - 4. TV Shows I've messed up so bad that they had to stop filming - 0."
ET's source elaborated as to what allegedly went down on the Bachelor in Paradise set over the weekend. "Everyone is just going about their business. Cameras are rolling. Producers are everywhere," the source noted. "That's when a 'third party' felt uncomfortable, claiming misconduct in the workplace. As of right now, production of Paradise is suspended indefinitely, and they are sending everyone home and telling everyone else to stay home. DeMario and Corinne got sent home soon after."
ET has reached out to the reality stars in regard to this alleged incident.