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Corinne Olympios' lawyer disputes 'Bachelor in Paradise' no misconduct finding

Corinne Olympios' lawyer disputes 'Bachelor in Paradise' no misconduct finding

No cast member misbehaved or was in danger on the set of ABC's "Bachelor in Paradise," producer Warner Bros. said Tuesday after a review of show videotape.

Production on "The Bachelor" spinoff that had been suspended during the probe will resume, Warner said in a statement. ABC immediately said that the reality series will air this summer as planned.

But an attorney for contestant Corinne Olympios dismissed the findings and vowed an independent investigation that he said will include additional witnesses.

The studio's investigation conducted with an outside law firm found that the footage "does not support any charge of misconduct by a cast...

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