Production on season four of Paradise was shut down by Warner Bros. earlier this month after a producer filed a complaint of misconduct following an incident between castmembers Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson. Warner Bros. announced on June 20 that they had found no wrongdoing, and that Paradise would resume filming, with new "policies and procedures." However, Olympios' lawyer, Marty Singer, told ET that her team was conducting their own investigation into what happened.
On Thursday, Olympios revealed that her team's investigation was "completed to my satisfaction," but said that she would not be returning to Paradise.
"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," she said in her statement. "I understand the media’s interest in this story, and I greatly appreciate my fans’ concerns for my well-being, but I think it is best if I keep any further thoughts private for now."
ET caught up with Woytkiw before he headed back down to Paradise, where he set the record straight on what happened with Corinne Olympios, and revealed that he was "confident that moving forward, this show will be a better show because of this incident."