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DeMario Jackson: ‘Bachelorette’ Star Faces Sexual Assault Charges From TWO Different Women

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The two women are suing DeMario for willful infliction of emotional distress and false imprisonment in addition to sexual assault

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Two separate women have filed sexual assault lawsuits against DeMaro Jackson, a former ‘Bachelorette’ and ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ contestant. According to TMZ, court documents state that the two women, who both filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court under the aliases Jane Doe1 and Jane Doe 2, allege Demario used his celebrity status to “trick the unsuspecting plaintiffs” into a false sense of security in Los Angeles County Superior Court. They claim that he was fully aware of what he was doing.

The reality TV dating show, a spin-off of The Bachelor, first premiered in 2003. Demario appeared in the 16th season of the popular show, which premiered on October 13, 2020. Hairstylist, both featured in the season.


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According to Jane Doe 1, who claimed to have met DeMario through a dating app, she allegedly allowed him to stay the night in February 2018 since he was in a drunken state. She claimed to have told Demario they would not engage in sexual activity, but he persisted, reportedly pinning her to the bed before sexually assaulting her. She also said that she feared for her life at the time.

The second wife, Jane Doe 2, reportedly first spoke to DeMario over social media in April 2019. A year later, he asked her out, stating that it would be at his apartment because he didn’t want to see if they went out. According to the documents, she reluctantly agreed to have sex with him under pressure before telling him to stop, but he reportedly persisted.

The two women are suing DeMario for willful infliction of emotional distress and false imprisonment in addition to sexual assault. TMZ report said they are seeking unspecified damages.

The former ‘Bachelorette’ star isn’t new to controversy. Vulture reported that in late June, when filming on the Mexican set of the Bachelor spinoff was suspended due to “misconduct allegations,” the future of both Bachelor in Paradise season four and the series as a whole was in question. Warner Bros then launched an internal investigation.

According to a producer’s complaint, one or both contestants may have been too intoxicated to consent to a sexual encounter that was caught on camera. Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson, the two candidates involved, have both since sought legal counsel and have spoken out about the incident.

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